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Get Ready Folks: Here Comes The Iron Hand - What Is Your Next Move Boobus Americanus? - Hollywwod Themes: Apes, Airplanes and Federal Quarantines - Quote From Voltaire - Psychopaths All!

Abel Danger - Sun, 10/12/2014 - 04:56
EBOLA: A ZIONIST-FRENCH CONNECTION?
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NY Times: Newly Vigilant, U.S. Will Screen Fliers for Ebola
By SABRINA TAVERNISE
Federal health officials will require temperature checks for the first time at five major American airports for people arriving from the three West African countries hardest hit by the deadly Ebola virus.
NY Times: Death of Thomas Eric Duncan in Dallas Fuels Alarm Over Ebola
By MANNY FERNANDEZ and DAVE PHILIPPS
Mr. Duncan’s death renewed questions about health officials’ preparedness to contain Ebola. Hours after, hospital officials said a second patient had been admitted in Dallas.
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A double shot of Ebola fear combined with a huge front page photo. Get ready folks. Here comes the iron hand:
"Federal health officials will require temperature checks for the first time at five major American airports for people arriving from the three West African countries hardest hit by the deadly Ebola virus."
Temperature checks? If we are to be concerned about a deadly virus arriving from Africa, what bloody darn good is a temperature check going to do? Symptoms of Ebola do not even begin until two days to three weeks after contracting the virus. After 6 hours on a trans-Atlantic flight, wouldn't other travelers have already been infected by then? How do the Feds propose to screen those newly infected passengers who haven't manifested the fever symptoms yet?
How far do the Feds intend to go with this? How much intrusion will the public tolerate? Are quarantines in the works? If the sheeple's obedience to the "shelter in place" order issued after the Boston Smoke Bombing of 2013 is any indication, Boobus Americanus will applaud the removal of whatever liberties he has left. "Quarantine 'em all! Let God sort them out!"
The rapid development of this thing is very unsettling, and very suspicious. The widespread belief in Western Africa is that Ebola was deliberately planted via vaccination programs linked to the notorious CIA-NGO-Mossad front run by powerful French-Zionist Bernard Kouchner, 'Doctors Without Borders' (French: Médecins Sans Frontières). So passionate are the West Africans in this belief that they have taken up machetes to chase off the "aid workers" of Kouchner's nefarious NGO (Non-Governmental Organization). Let us again revisit the headline from The New York Times' front page of July 27, 2014.
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NY Times: Fear of Ebola Breeds a Terror of Physicians
By ADAM NOSSITER
Health workers with Doctors Without Borders have been threatened with knives, stones and machetes by Guineans who blame them for spreading the deadly virus.
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Kouchner's 'Médecins Sans Frontières' is loaded with Jewish Doctors who care so very deeply about the Black 'goyim' of Africa. On right: Kouchner pals around with the evil George Bush.
The Ebola virus is said to have originated with monkeys and is now spreading across the planet via airplanes. It appears as though the Masters of the Universe knew this was coming all along. For the past 15 years, and especially the past 7 years, the press and Hollywood have been prepping the public mind for such a deadly pandemic.

1995 CoverFollowing are some of the more recent films (some of which involve big names) whose plot lines revolve around a pandemic. Apes, airplanes and Federal quarantines are common themes in many of these films. Art imitating life? Or art, and conspiracy, dictating life? You be the judge.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2012) Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) In the two recent Planet of the Apes Blockbusters, the 'Simian Flu' spread via airplane travel, after originating from an American lab, then being carried to France, to Africa, and then back and forth across the world. The virus ended up killing much of humanity. But Ebola predictive programming was not limited to Hollywood. The topic had come up frequently in the news media and even in TV commercials.
The most disturbing and specific example of 'predictive programming' in regard to an Ebola pandemic was a 2001 ad for Holiday Inn. The 30-second spot depicted a layman in a Hazmat suit pretending to be an expert. Upon accidentally dropping a glass vial full of Ebola onto the floor, he reassures his concerned colleagues to not worry. When asked about his expertise, he responds, "I'm not actually a scientist, but I did stay in a Holiday Inn last night."
The 2001 Holiday Inn ad joked about the virus: "Don't worry. It's not the airborne strain."
Very funny. The shocking (in retrospect) TV ad was produced by Fallon McElliot of Minneapolis, an ad firm which was, and still is, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Publicis Group, the world's 3rd largest advertising and media conglomerate. Since 1987, the CEO and Chairman of the Management Board of Publicis has been Maurice Lévy of France, who, like Kouchner (Doctors Without Borders), is a Zionist mogul of the first rank.
Lévy is perhaps the most influential man in advertising worldwide. In January 2008, the King of Publicis was bestowed the International Leadership Award 2008 from the Anti-Defamation League in recognition of his stance towards "tolerance and diversity" (i.e. degeneracy and anti-Whiteism).
In searching for some sort of connection between Zionist Lévy of France and Zionist Kouchner of France, a photo of the two 'Ebola-linked' chums surfaced.
Lévy (center) / Kouchner (right) partying at the famed 'Publicis Drugstore Restaurant' in Paris.
Why is it that whenever there is trouble anywhere in the world, from Ukraine, to ISIS, to the dying U.S. economy, to Ebola, these types of kosher characters always seem to show up under every rock? Your concerned reporter here at The Anti-New York Times hopes and prays that his 95% reliable 'gut instinct' is wrong on this hunch.
Maybe the West Africans are just being "paranoid" in accusing Kouchner's 'Doctors Without Borders' of spreading Ebola. And maybe Lévy's Holiday Inn Ebola ad from 2001 was just a "coincidence" and a "joke". But the prophetic words of a real Frenchman from the 18th century are haunting yours truly today.
Voltaire: 
"The Jews are born with raging fanaticism in their hearts, just as the Bretons and the Germans are born with blond hair. I would not be in the least bit surprised if these people would not some day become deadly to the human race."
Let's hope and pray that Voltaire's 'gut instinct' turns out to be wrong as well.
Psychopaths all! Kouchner (left) with Netanyahu / Levy of Publicis with ADL's Abe Foxman
http://tomatobubble.com/ebola_conspiracy.html

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Dieudonné, Soral, and the French Resistance - Struggle Between the French People and the Zionist Plutocracy - Media Censorship or Free Speech? - Inserting a Quenelle Into Zionism's Butt - Anti-Establishment Gesture - A Political Earthquake in France - Equality and Reconciliation

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#2142 Marine Links Serco's Virtual Hijack Towers to MH Ad Hoc Waypoints, Cameron Pedo-PFI

Abel Danger - Sat, 10/11/2014 - 14:12
Plum City - (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco's virtual hijack service through its global network of air traffic control towers to the ad hoc waypoints apparently imputed into the flight plan of MH Flight 370 and the Private Finance Initiative ('PFIs') program launched in in 1992 by David Cameron at Treasury with Norman Lamont and insiders of an alleged Westminster pedophile ring.

McConnell claims that Cameron and Serco's National Security Adviser Maureen Baginski used the PFI model to fund the development of a virtual hijack service with imputed ad hoc waypoints by Electronic Data Systems in the Oceanic control center and Serco in FAA Contract Towers.

McConnell recommends that Serco shares be suspended until Abel Danger has completed its investigation into Cameron and Baginski's apparent role in the private-equity funding of the MH Flight 370 and Flight 17 hijacks through Serco's virtual air traffic control towers.

Prequel 1:MH370 - BOEING UNINTERRUPTIBLE AUTOPILOT - 5 Critical Questions - Sir Tim Clark - Don't Be Surpised to Lose Another B777
 

PFI: An Introduction - Financial Strategy and Private Finance Initiative (1/11)

Serco... Would you like to know more?

"All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near."

"Missing Plane: Emirates Head Critical of MH 370 Investigation
Interview Conducted by Andreas SpaethREUTERS/Australian Defence ForceDespite months spent searching for Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370, not a trace has been found.Why is there still no trace of flight MH 370? In an interview, Sir Tim Clark, head of Emirates Airline, is sharply critical of the investigation thus far. He believes someone took control of the plane and maintained it until the very end.

Tim Clark has been a senior manager at the airline Emirates since 1985 and has been instrumental in developing it into one of the world's largest airlines. Today, the 64-year-old is seen as a knowledgeable expert and critic of the aviation industry. His view of the vanished Malaysian Airlines flight MH 370 is a provocative one. The plane that disappeared was a Boeing 777 and Emirates operates 127 such aircraft, more than any other airline in the world.

ANZEIGE

SPIEGEL ONLINE: It's now October, seven months after the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH 370, and we still don't know what happened. What can still be done to gain some degree of clarity?

Clark: MH 370 remains one of the great aviation mysteries. Personally, I have the concern that we will treat it as such and move on. At the most, it might then make an appearance on National Geographic as one of aviation's great mysteries. We mustn't allow this to happen. We must know what caused that airplane to disappear.

SPIEGEL ONLINE: And what do you think happened?

Clark: My own view is that probably control was taken of that airplane.

SPIEGEL ONLINE: By whom? What do you think happened?

Clark: It's anybody's guess who did what. We need to know who was on the plane in the detail that obviously some people do know. We need to know what was in the hold of the aircraft. And we need to continue to press all those who were involved in the analysis of what happened for more information. I do not subscribe to the view that the Boeing 777, which is one of the most advanced in the world and has the most advanced communication platforms, needs to be improved with the introduction of some kind of additional tracking system. MH 370 should never have been allowed to enter a non-trackable situation.

SPIEGEL ONLINE: What do you mean by that?

Clark: The transponders are under the control of the flight deck. These are tracking devices, aircraft identifiers that work in the secondary radar regime. If you turn off that transponder in a secondary radar regime, that particular airplane disappears from the radar screen. That should never be allowed to happen. Irrespective of when the pilot decides to disable the transponder, the aircraft should be able to be tracked.

SPIEGEL ONLINE: What about other monitoring methods?

Clark: The other means of constantly monitoring the progress of an aircraft is ACARS (Eds. Note: Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System). It is designed primarily for companies to monitor what its planes are doing. We use it to monitor aircraft systems and engine performance. At Emirates, we track every single aircraft from the ground, every component and engine of the aircraft at any point on the planet. Very often, we are able to track systemic faults before the pilots do.SPIEGEL ONLINE: How might it have been possible to disable that tracking system?

Clark: Disabling it is no simple thing and our pilots are not trained to do so. But on flight MH 370, this thing was somehow disabled, to the degree that the ground tracking capability was eliminated. We must find systems to allow ACARS to continue uninterrupted, irrespective of who is controlling the aircraft. If you have that, with the satellite constellations that we have today even in remote ocean regions, we still have monitoring capability. So you don't have to introduce additional tracking systems.

Sir Tim Clark, 64, has been a senior manager of Dubai-based Emirates Airline since 1985 and has been the president and CEO of the company since 2003. In recognition of his services to air travel, Clark, a British citizen, was recently knighted.

SPIEGEL ONLINE: What, then, are you proposing?

Clark: My recommendation to aircraft manufacturers that they find a way to make it impossible to disable ACARS from the flight deck. And the transponder as well. I'm still struggling to come up with a reason why a pilot should be able to put the transponder into standby or to switch it off. MH 370 was, in my opinion, under control, probably until the very end.

SPIEGEL ONLINE: If that is the case, then why would the pilots spend five hours heading straight towards Antarctica?

Clark: If they did! I am saying that all the "facts" of this particular incident must be challenged and examined with full transparency. We are nowhere near that. There is plenty of information out there, which we need to be far more forthright, transparent and candid about. Every single second of that flight needs to be examined up until it, theoretically, ended up in the Indian Ocean -- for which they still haven't found a trace, not even a seat cushion.

SPIEGEL ONLINE: Does that surprise you? The possible crash area west of Australia is vast and the search there only began following considerable delays.

Clark: Our experience tells us that in water incidents, where the aircraft has gone down, there is always something. We have not seen a single thing that suggests categorically that this aircraft is where they say it is, apart from this so-called electronic satellite "handshake," which I question as well.

SPIEGEL ONLINE: At what point on the presumed flight path of MH 370 do your doubts begin?Clark: There hasn't been one overwater incident in the history of civil aviation -- apart from Amelia Earhart in 1939 -- that has not been at least 5 or 10 percent trackable. But MH 370 has simply disappeared. For me, that raises a degree of suspicion. I'm totally dissatisfied with what has been coming out of all of this.

SPIEGEL ONLINE: What can be done to improve the investigation's transparency?

Clark: I'm not in a position to do it; I'm essentially an airline manager. But I will continue to ask questions and make a nuisance of myself, even as others would like to bury it. We have an obligation to the passengers and crew of MH 370 and their families. We have an obligation to not sweep this under the carpet, but to sort it out and do better than we have done.

SPIEGEL ONLINE: Malaysia Airlines has experienced two tragic catastrophes this year, the disappearance of MH 370 and the apparent shooting down of MH 17 over eastern Ukraine in July. If you led the company, what would you do?

Clark: Very difficult one. None of us has been in such a situation before, having to deal with two tragedies within a few months of each other. It will be very difficult for Malaysia Airlines to deal with the stigma. They need to take a fresh look at what they do, revisit their business model, possibly (consider) a rebranding. We as an industry need to find a way to help these guys sort out their problems. But with that kind of brand damage, it's extraordinarily difficult.

EDS TO WIN PFI CONTRACT FOR AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLWednesday 25 June 1997 | 00:00 CET | NewsElectronic Data Systems (EDS), computer services concern, will win on 26 June 1997 a GBP53 mil private finance initiative (PFI) contract which will radically alter air traffic control across the N Atlantic. EDS will install a system aimed at reducing travel times, improving safety, and providing for a rise in transatlantic traffic of 4-6%/y. The Civil Aviation Authority has selected EDS to install an air traffic control system in the Oceanic control centre, UK. Aircraft positions will be able to be monitored by satellite."

Battlespace is a term used to signify a unified military strategy to integrate and combine armed forces for the military theatre of operations, including airinformationlandsea, and space to achieve military goals. It includes the environment, factors, and conditions that must be understood to successfully apply combat power, protect the force, or complete the mission. This includes enemy and friendly armed forcesinfrastructureweatherterrain, and the electromagnetic spectrum within the operational areas and areas of interest.[1][2]"

The PFI is ultimately a kind of project finance, a form of private sector delivery of infrastructure that has been used since the Middle Ages.However, the pedigree of the current private finance initiative (PFI) was in Australia in the late 1980s.

In 1992 PFI was implemented for the first time in the UK by [David Cameron and Norman Lamont in] the Conservative government of John Major.  It immediately proved controversial, and was attacked by the Labour Party while in opposition. Labour critics such as the future Cabinet Minister & Deputy Leader of the Labour PartyHarriet Harman, considered that PFI was really a back-door form of privatisation (House of Commons, 7 December 1993), and the future Chancellor of the ExchequerAlistair Darling, warned that "apparent savings now could be countered by the formidable commitment on revenue expenditure in years to come".[8] For several years the number and value of PFI contracts were small. Nonetheless, the Treasury considered the scheme advantageous and pushed Tony Blair's Labour government to adopt it after the 1997 General Election. Two months after the party took office, the Health SecretaryAlan Milburn, announced that "when there is a limited amount of public-sector capital available, as there is, it's PFI or bust".[8] PFI expanded considerably in 1996 and then expanded much further under Labour,[9] resulting in criticism from many trade unions, elements of the Labour Party, the Scottish National Party (SNP), and the Green Party,[10] as well as commentators such as George Monbiot. Proponents of the PFI include the World Bank, IMF and (in the UK) the CBI.[11]

Yours sincerely,


Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971; Forensic Economist; 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot; 23,000 hours of safety; Tel: 715 307 8222

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MH370 - BOEING UNINTERRUPTIBLE AUTOPILOT - 5 Critical Questions - Sir Tim Clark - Don't Be Surpised to Lose Another B777

Abel Danger - Sat, 10/11/2014 - 05:23
MH370 went missing 8 March, 2014. On the following day I published a youTube titled:

BOEING UNINTERRUPTIBLE AUTOPILOT 

 

Note date published was 9 March, 2014. Days later, "Malaysia" called me to come to Kuala Lumpur to explain this to government and MAS personnel. I flew out of Minneapolis on Delta 58 to Amsterdam where I boarded MH17 for onward journey to Malaysia. I was in Malaysia 17-20 April, 2014. I returned to Minneapolis via MH16 to AMS and a Delta flight to MSP. In June when CEO Tim Clark asked publicly for an explanation of MH370's whereabouts I answered CEO Clark with this video...

 

...titled CEO Tim Clark of Emirate-5 Critical Questions. On March 30th I advised Malaysia, in writing, that if they did not report the BUAP and ATI they should not be surprised to lose another B777 before 1900 hours, 17 July. Before that deadline, MH17 went down in Ukraine.

Field McConnell
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Source: Mail Online 

'MH370 was under control, probably until the very end': Emirates CEO 

Sir Tim Clark reveals doubts over official view of missing airliner's fate 
Sir Tim Clark questions current thinking about the fate of flight MH370 Sir Tim said if the jet crashed into the ocean then wreckage would be found 
He said the somebody took control of the aircraft before it vanished 
The Emirates CEO said the industry must not accept MH370's a 'mystery' 

Read the story here
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The Battle Lines Are Drawn: Refuse an "Ebola Vaccine" - The Scamming Medical Community - The "Sandy Hook" Criminal Media - Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy Rationalizing His Treasonous Actions - Hollywood and Israeli-Canadian Plague Monkeys "Setting...

Abel Danger - Sat, 10/11/2014 - 04:47
Source: Jim Stone Freelance

October 10 2014

Mandatory Ebola vaccines on the horizon 

Bottom line? The battle lines are drawn. Do not accept an "Ebola" vaccine, and additionally, do not let them take you to a prison camp to vanish quietly into the sands of time: USE YOUR GUNS. This time it is real, folks, and there will be only one way to win.

The National Institute of Health has declared that rushed "Ebola" vaccines may need to be given to everyone.
Obviously this has been the plan all along, and the vaccine will NOT be for "Ebola", because there is not even a real outbreak – only really bad actors and a scamming zio-press. If you ignore the glaring headlines and instead look at the hard evidence, it will quickly reveal that this "Ebola" outbreak is nothing but the Sandy Hook of all outbreaks – a complete fabrication with scam news reports so bad that even CNN, the mother of all hoax news agencies, cannot keep them posted and maintain a reputation with their audience, which on average has the strongest following with the worst of idiots.

If "Ebola" vaccines become mandatory, we will see a great washing out of the public on a magnitude as great as the Civil War. There will no doubt be a higher percentage of the public involved in the war this time around, because more people are aware of the fact the government is the enemy this time around, and that the government actually WILL try a scam vaccination campaign against a "pandemic" that is in fact a drive to get everyone secretly chipped via a shot.

Additionally, that same shot is very likely to be formulated to both cull the herd and have those who remain afterward have their personalities modified by genetically modified brain-eating bacteriophages that attack the emotional centers and therefore eliminate the ability to resist tyranny, with the end product being a population that is pacified and compliant with a tyrannical New World Order.

I am not making this up, folks: I was first warned about modified bacteriophages by friends in the medical community who said they have personally witnessed the modified bacteriophage technology, that it is really advanced already, and that it causes permanent destruction to both the recipient of the shot and to subsequent generations of children – a permanent wipeout of who you are that will be passed down through the generations. And that was five years ago, in 2009. The passing along of the pacified traits to subsequent generations is accomplished via DNA insertion performed by lytic bacteriophages – which can insert new DNA into host cells, including in the testicles and ovaries, without killing the host cells. Once this happens, all subsequent generations carry the traits contained in the genetic code the bacteriophages inserted.

For the kill factor, rapidly multiplying lysogenic phages will be used instead. Modified bacteriophage viruses were chosen because they are highly selective with what they will attack, so a precision application can be accomplished.

This web site was the first one to report the New World Order effort to permanently modify the public with a scam vaccine campaign during the first "swine flu" outbreak that proved to be entirely fake. The linked article went absolutely viral, got translated into all major languages, and triggered policy changes in several nations. Significantly later, Alex Jones got onto the topic and completely confirmed that brain-eating vaccines had been developed and WILL be pushed on the public. Alex was slightly sabotaged by his staff in this video, most notably with the Bill Gates clip, but the heart of this report is BANG ON. If you have a hard time believing what I am saying about modified bacteriophage viruses being used to wipe people's emotions out, Alex did a good job with this video: WATCH IT, this is absolutely real.

Media pushes brain-eating vaccine: nanotech injection lobotomy

Bottom line? The battle lines are drawn. Do not accept an "Ebola" vaccine, and additionally, do not let them take you to a prison camp to vanish quietly into the sands of time: USE YOUR GUNS. This time it is real, folks, and there will be only one way to win.

Never forget: EBOLA ERIC IS A MILLIONAIRE WHO WORKED IN A HIGH-PAYING PEACE CORPS POSITION AFTER BEING VICE PRESIDENT AT BANK OF AMERICA AT VARIOUS LEVELS FOR 15 CONSECUTIVE YEARS.

This has been irrevocably proven by Eric Duncan's LinkedIn, and no matter what the Sandy Hook media says to spin the tale, Eric was a high-level U.S. government employee in a top management position with a mid-six-figure salary. Eric was tasked to front the fraud three days after the Peace Corps returned home – PERFECT TIMING FOR THAT. Eric is no doubt alive and well, with the best possible evidence being his LinkedIn, which once again confirms the entire media charade is as fake as the acting by the kid at minute 1 in THIS CNN VIDEO that CNN deleted because everyone knew it was fake.
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October 9 2014

Connecticut Enacts Ebola Quarantine and Martial Law

Connecticut does not even have a single case of Ebola yet, but they have taken pre-emptive action and can now force vaccines, detain people without due process, THE WHOLE 9 YARDS, an Agenda 21 dream come true.

From Police State USA 

HARTFORD, CT – Governor Dannel Malloy has declared Connecticut to be in a state of public health emergency, enabling the indefinite suspension of certain civil rights. State bureaucrats have been granted the broad authority to forcibly detain suspected sick people without due process. The declaration came preemptively, as Connecticut has not yet seen a single case of the virus it purports to stop.

The governor's October 7th declaration read as follows:

"In response to the epidemic of the Ebola virus currently affecting multiple countries in western Africa, and in order to provide the Commissioner of Public Health and other appropriate officials with all authorities necessary to prevent any potential transmission of the Ebola virus within the State of Connecticut, I hereby declare a public health emergency for the State, pursuant to the Connecticut General Statutes Section 19a-131a, for the duration of the epidemic. Specifically, in accordance with Connecticut General Statutes Section 19a-131b, I authorize the Commissioner of Public Health to Order the isolation or quarantine, under conditions prescribed by the Commissioner of Public Health, of any individual or group of individuals whom the Commissioner reasonably believes to have been exposed to, infected with, or otherwise at risk of passing the Ebola virus."

– Governor Dannel P. Malloy, October 7, 2014

Rationalizing his actions, the governor said in a statement: "We need to have the authorities in place that will allow us to move quickly to protect public health, if and when that becomes necessary. Signing this order will allow us to do that."

The recipient of most of the newly-imparted power is Jewel Mullen, Connecticut's Commissioner of the Department of Public Health (DPH). By having this measure in place, Commissioner Mullen explained, "we don't have to scramble in the event I need to take action."

Read more here


Pete wrote:

Hi Jim,

I don't believe for a minute that it is by coincidence that this EBOLA scare is happening at this time. We all know what is right around the corner with respect to the economy, etc.

Have you noticed that over the last 20 years EBOLA has been a household word even amongst people here in North America who have never been to Africa. Books such as The Hot Zone, documentary films such as The Plague Monkeys, Hollywood films such as Outbreak, 12 Monkeys, etc. have made this rather obscure disease into a universally recognized threat. I see this as having been the 'setting of the stage' for people to accept the inevitable emergence of EBOLA and all of the ensuing carnage; after all, everyone knows about EBOLA and its effects, so instant panic mode would be easily triggered in the general public. Just the same way that in the years prior to 9/11 the stage was set to make people fearful of bin Laden and a non-existent Muslim threat.

I agree with you that what is happening in Africa now is most likely not EBOLA (certainly not the original EBOLA), but rather a poisoning of the people. I believe, however, that this poisoning is being carried out by spraying the disease, and that it is not in the drinking water. Whatever form of engineered disease this is, it may not even be contagious – it could be an organic poison of some sort. Many people have speculated that chemtrails are being used to compromise the lungs of the world's population, to facilitate the introduction of an airborne illness.

These are very dangerous times; I figure that the power elite know that they are only going to have one chance to get this depopulation plague right – or they may well be overthrown. I am expecting there to be no immediate disaster in Texas. This will be to get the people off their guard, but only for a short time (2 months is my guess), then I expect all hell to be unleashed, as reports of cases (real or not) erupt like wildfire across the nation and probably the world. Whether the disease even exists, or whether it is actually EBOLA or not, won't matter. The people will be screaming for a vaccine, and for it to be mandatory for all. After all, everyone has seen enough films to be their own expert as to what EBOLA does.

We've seen the US government's response, the lax safety measures, the outright lies. I believe that the powers-that-be are now making their move into the final 'Endgame' as Alex Jones would put it. A very economical way to kill off Africa and subjugate the rest of the world through vaccination.

That being said, what with the seed-vault having been built, the underground defensive 'cities', the FEMA coffins, the chemtrails, the billions of bullets purchased, the complete unwillingness to make any preparations for economic collapse, etc., the plague may well be a reality.

Get ready to hide.

Pete


My comment:

This time it is serious, I believe, and people who have sat on the fence should be locating their spot to go to for safety along with LOTS of food and other supplies.

Many will try, few will succeed. Not an easy game.


Colloidal silver given freely BLOCKED from Ebola zone

I had to think twice about posting this, because I do not promote any American variant of colloidal silver which I view as being very overpriced. However, this is really worth mentioning:

The makers of a product called Nano Silver attempted THREE TIMES, not just once, THREE TIMES to send 200 bottles of their product to the Ebola zone at a cost of thousands of dollars to them (across all attempts), and the shipment got blocked in France all 3 times. It had no destination in France, but France was the gateway, and they said NO. RIDICULOUS!

Now, I would like to ask the scamming W.H.O.: Why are you trying to stop freely-given charity colloidal silver from making it to the Ebola zone? It is not like Nano Silver asked to be paid for their product. It cost NO ONE ANYTHING: why was it blocked? GOOD QUESTION.

The product was sent at a concentration of at least 100 ppm (this is what Nano Silver told me), which would need to be diluted to be used efficiently. 100 ppm is still, to a degree, concentrated. So it was decent stuff, and I beg the question WHY it was blocked.

Though I still maintain that colloidal silver is not (likely) to be directly effective against the Ebola virus, IT WOULD STILL BE AN EFFECTIVE WEAPON AGAINST DEATH FROM EBOLA, because it is a totally non-irritating, hypoallergenic, highly effective universal antibiotic that can be given to anyone to prevent secondary infections, which Ebola will definitely cause. Additionally, colloidal silver has such a broad therapeutic window that absolutely ANYONE can administer it effectively and safely.

The problem is that colloidal silver is not something the medical community can profit from: it is too effective at too low a price, and too accessible and easy to make; and if it becomes widely accepted (as it should be), large corporations will take a serious hit to their bottom line, because individual people will be able to solve many of their own problems and will not have to pay scam prices for "medical care" that is in fact dirt simple to accomplish on your own. All it takes is an old silver dime, or even an old piece of sterling silver jewelry, two wires and a battery. TOO SIMPLE TO BE ALLOWED in a control freak system.

Colloidal silver is, in a word, a profit destroyer for a filthy rotten greedy medical scam fronted by the likes of GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, and other large medical outfits that have huge political pull, and THAT is why it got blocked from the Ebola zone. True, not much money is likely to be made in Africa, but if Ebola is real and it hits Europe and America hard, the scamming medical community will cash in BIG TIME if they have their way with it. In their book, colloidal silver HAS TO BE STOPPED – and who gives a damn who dies.

Here is a video, which is perfectly accurate, of colloidal silver killing a bacteria. Colloidal silver in fact starves bacteria for oxygen. That is its mode of action, not what other people are claiming.

I never thought I could feel sorry for a pathogen until I saw this video. A MUST-WATCH. AWESOME!


"Attack" – Public Image Ltd.
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Ebola, Scurvy, and Vitamin C

Abel Danger - Sat, 10/11/2014 - 04:10
Ebola: Manufactured disease by U.S. Federal Government

Source: Freedom Files

By Lord Howard Hurts
October 8, 2014

Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam, wrote this a few days ago: "Another method is disease infection through bioweapons such as Ebola and AIDS, which are race-targeting weapons. There is a weapon that can be put in a room where there are Black and White people, and it will kill only the Black and spare the White, because it is a genotype weapon that is designed for your genes, for your race, for your kind." In essence, Mr. Farrakhan said that the U.S. Federal Government is behind the Ebola virus outbreak. Mr. Farrakhan is incorrect, as is usual, in many respects dealing with the issue of the Ebola virus, but he is correct about Ebola being a 'manufactured' disease by the U.S. Federal Government. Here is the true story about the Ebola virus.

There are three types of internal hemorrhaging viruses in the world today. The main one – and it impacts more than 500,000 Africans, in Central and sub-Saharan Africa – is the Lassa fever virus. This virus is responsible for death in about 20% of those who are infected, and it was 'discovered' in 1969 when two missionary nurses died from this disease. This disease had been around for many years, but it was not defined as a specific type of virus, as the world did not care about 'fever deaths' in the African population. This virus, Lassa, is transmitted by way of rat urine or feces; once in the human body, it can be further transmitted by bodily fluids – which also complicates the situation, because then it can become an airborne disease (so far, it seems that it cannot be transmitted by insect bites, but this is not confirmed).

The second internal hemorrhaging virus is called the Marburg virus. It was first recognized in 1967 when, strangely enough, there were simultaneously outbreaks at research laboratories in Marburg, and Frankfurt, Germany. This virus was thought to have be brought to these laboratories by way of monkeys from Uganda. This outbreak of the virus was contained and not heard about again until sometime in 1974.

Strangely enough – that is, if you believe that the world is flat – in 1976, after the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) built a bioweapons laboratory in Kenema, Sierra Leona, Africa, the Ebola virus suddenly came into being. This 'newly discovered' internal hemorrhaging virus was the 'bomb'. It was developed with the covert aid of Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana. The USAMRIID is always looking for some type of weaponry with which to inflict death and destruction on an enemy, and this new Ebola virus seemed the perfect weapon of war. Then, as often happens with that type of research and development, the virus 'escaped' and suddenly was a threat to an unsuspecting African population, and ultimately to the populations of the world.

The world is now told that this Ebola virus is a 'natural mutation', when in fact it is a completely manufactured mutation of the Lassa fever virus. The world is also told that there is no current cure for this virus, when in fact there is a quite inexpensive treatment available, but it is not some patented drug owned by a big pharmaceutical company. And because this treatment is not something that a big pharmaceutical company can use to 'rake in' excessive profits, this cure is relegated to the 'back pages' of the Internet. So let me give you the information that you might need, should this Ebola virus outbreak not be controlled and you become infected.

Vitamin C is a proven killer of all known viruses. Vitamin C is cheap and makes little money for big pharmaceutical companies. Thus, these companies do no research on this lowly vitamin. Now please do not misunderstand me. If one is afflicted by the Ebola virus, taking a few vitamin C tablets at home will not help. It takes massive doses of this vitamin, and it must be administered and watched by professional health providers. The dose must be so large as to be on the edge of giving the patient diarrhea... a condition that would make the patient worse. The amount of vitamin C must be closely regulated, and this takes responsible professional health providers. All of the internal hemorrhaging viruses – Lassa fever, Marburg, and Ebola – are mutations of the common disease named scurvy.

Scurvy is something that plagued sailors in times past, as they traveled on long voyages without foods that provided the body with vitamin C. Scurvy 'works' by devouring the body's vitamin C supply, and vitamin C is needed for blood clotting. Scurvy and these hemorrhaging diseases are effective killers because vitamin C is water soluble and must be replaced in the human body each day. And this is the reason scurvy and these internal hemorrhaging viruses need massive amounts of vitamin C for the patient to make a recovery. It must also be noted that only humans and non-human primates need a daily intake of vitamin C, because almost all other mammals produce their own supply of vitamin C internally. And it was physician James Lind who discovered the relationship between citrus fruits and vitamin C, and brought the demise of this common sailors' disease, scurvy, in 1747 while a surgeon aboard a British naval ship (thus the reason that, even today, British sailors are referred to as limeys).

Vitamin C has been proved to kill every virus known to man. It does this by way of the formation of hydrogen peroxide in the body, that not only arrests viruses, but kills them along with any bacteria found in the blood. Now this being said, it seems to me that a more direct route for recovery from an internal hemorrhaging disease would be intravenous injections of food-grade hydrogen peroxide into the plagued body. Of course, such an inexpensive solution is not something that big pharmaceuticals are interested in, and our Federal Government is so corrupted that such an inexpensive solution would curtail their bribes and bullshit, and lessen their gaining monetary handouts from big pharmaceutical companies for their next election to public office.

So now, unfortunately, the world's populations must suffer from a disease that was created to kill and sicken in time of war by the USAMRIID (Fort Detrick, Maryland) and Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, when there is no declared war, or need for this wanton death and destruction.

"Vitamin C" – Can



Death doesn’t = someone’s opinion about death

by Jon Rappoport

October 8, 2014

“I saw people die of HIV.”

No. You saw people die. Doctors said they had HIV.

“I saw people die from Ebola.”

No you didn’t. You saw people die. You yourself have no idea what killed them. You can pretend you know, but you don’t.

“The doctors know what kills people.”

You win a gold star for your faith. You’re now a fully-fledged member of the Church of Biological Mysticism.

People who see other people die often assume they know why it happened. Certainly, when it comes to viruses, they don’t have a clue. They’re sure they know. That doesn’t make them right.

A parent’s healthy son returns from the doctor’s office, saying he just found out he’s HIV-positive. He tells his mother the doctor has put him on AZT. Three weeks later, the boy folds up, can’t get out of bed. He’s so weak he can hardly move. The doctor says, “HIV has spiraled out of control. It’s full-blown AIDS. He must continue taking his AZT.” Three months later, the boy is dead.

The mother says, “My son died of HIV.”

Does she know that AZT, a failed chemotherapy drug, was taken off the shelf for AIDS patients, and that it mercilessly attack all cells of the body, including the immune-system cells?

Of course not.

As I’ve repeatedly pointed out over the past 27 years (starting with my first book, AIDS Inc., Scandal of the Century), covert medical ops will use death and dying to construct a false picture of the cause of death and dying.

They know this strategy works, because people, seeing death, will accept what the authorities tell them caused it.

I’ve often cited the groundbreaking review, “Is US health really the best in the world?” Author, Dr. Barbara Starfield, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Publisher: The Journal of the American Medical Association, July 26, 2000.

Starfield concluded that, every year in the US, the medical system directly kills 225,000 people. 106,000 die as a result of medicines the FDA has approved as safe. The other 119,000 die as a result of treatment in hospitals.

Add it up. That’s 2.25 million deaths per decade caused by the US medical system.

Now for the question: how many of those deaths… do you think doctors… voluntarily admit… to families of the dead patients… are medically caused?

I’ll tell you.

None.

In every case, a lie was cooked up. “I’m sorry, but the disease suddenly accelerated…”

That’s 2.25 million lies per decade about the actual cause of death.

But people continue to worship at the feet of doctors and medical experts.

If a doctor says a patient died of virus VCX-2QK-89tf, a supposed thing the mother of the patient will never see and never have a chance of seeing… and if the doctor says he knows the patient had the virus because a diagnostic test was run on the patient… the mother will believe the doctor… even though she has absolutely no idea what kind of diagnostic test was run or whether it is accurate or even relevant.

“I saw my son die of the virus.”

She didn’t. But she’ll believe it. We can understand why she believes it.

But that doesn’t affect our judgment when we look into a virus and investigate whether it is real, whether it actually causes disease, and whether the diagnostic tests for the virus tell a true story.

When you have hundreds of millions of people who assert that Ebola is killing people, you’re looking at faith.

Blind faith in authorities who don’t deserve it.

You’re looking at the construction of reality, which is then sold.

Take this example: a farming village in Liberia, one of the so-called epicenters of Ebola. The families manage to produce enough to get by. They live downstream from a giant Firestone rubber plantation.

For years, to no avail, the people of the village have been protesting the runoff of noxious elements into their water supply. Fish are dying. Crops are failing. That means malnutrition, hunger.

That means chemical assault on their immune systems.

People are developing sores, lesions, fevers, respiratory problems, digestive problems, including diarrhea.

How easy is it to call this Ebola, in light of the current hysteria?

“Everyone knows” it’s Ebola. But it isn’t.

People are obsessed by the idea that a whole population, in a far-off nation, under the gun, must all be suffering from One Thing – in this case, a virus.

Splitting this apart into a number of different causes in different regions – contaminated water, open sewage, severe malnutrition, decimating wars, toxic vaccine campaigns, the vast overuse of antibiotics, industrial pollution – this doesn’t have the compelling ring of: “It’s a virus.”

So people say, “Forget about all that. We don’t want to know about it. We know it’s a virus.”

No they don’t.

http://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2014/10/08/death-doesnt-someones-opinion-about-death/

Jon Rappoport - CDC Fraud: Vaccine Autism Link & Ebola (Red Ice Radio: September 26, 2014) Audio link (2:35:15) #Ebolagate #Vaccinegate
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#2141 Marine Links Cameron Pedophile Finance Initiatives to Serco Con Air Tags, Airbus ISIS Hits

Abel Danger - Sat, 10/11/2014 - 03:04
Plum City - (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the Private Finance Initiatives ('PFIs') launched in 1992 by David Cameron, Norman Lamont and an alleged Westminster pedophile ring, to Serco and Con Air* deployments of tagged pedophile killers for contract killings (hits) apparently coordinated by agents for the Airbus private finance initiative established at RAF Oakhanger with ISIS commanders in the United Kingdom.

Con Air* = U.S. Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System launched in 1994 by McConnell sister, Kristine Marcy

McConnell claims that Cameron and Serco's National Security Adviser Maureen Baginski converted ownership of the ISIS battlespace and the Red Switch Network from the National Command Authority in the Oval Office – Barack Obama – to an Airbus PFI at RAF Oakhanger and have left control of the White House Situation Room to tagged (?) pedophiles recruited through the White House Council on Women and Girls under Valerie Jarrett and Chicago's Down Low Club.

McConnell also claims that Cameron and Baginski arranged for Serco's Red Switch phones to be removed from the Oval Office Desk and the White House Situation Room so that even if Barack Obama was capable of recognizing a man-in-the-middle attack by the Airbus PFI, he could not override the Wag the Dog Script developed for the ISIS pedophiles by his erstwhile associates at the Down Low Club and their counterparts in the Westminster pedophile ring.

McConnell recommends that Serco shares be suspended until Abel Danger has completed its investigation into Cameron and Baginski's apparent transfer of Red Switch Override privileges for pedophile commanders of the ISIS battlespace from Obama’s Oval Office to the Airbus PFI at RAF Oakhanger.

Prequel 1: #2140 Marine Links Con Air Sister Override to Serco's Red Switch Boeing Hijacks, Cake Boy’s Oval Office Phones

Prequel 2: #2117: Marine Links Auld Alliance of Red Switch Serco Power in Glasgow Yes to Katrina Waypoint and Clutha Crash


PFI: An Introduction - Financial Strategy and Private Finance Initiative (1/11)

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"All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near."

"Battlespace is a term used to signify a unified military strategy to integrate and combine armed forces for the military theatre of operations, including airinformationlandsea, and space to achieve military goals. It includes the environment, factors, and conditions that must be understood to successfully apply combat power, protect the force, or complete the mission. This includes enemy and friendly armed forcesinfrastructureweatherterrain, and the electromagnetic spectrum within the operational areas and areas of interest.[1][2]"

"The PFI is ultimately a kind of project finance, a form of private sector delivery of infrastructure that has been used since the Middle Ages.However, the pedigree of the current private finance initiative (PFI) was in Australia in the late 1980s.

In 1992 PFI was implemented for the first time in the UK by [David Cameron and Norman Lamont in] the Conservative government of John Major.  It immediately proved controversial, and was attacked by the Labour Party while in opposition. Labour critics such as the future Cabinet Minister & Deputy Leader of the Labour PartyHarriet Harman, considered that PFI was really a back-door form of privatisation (House of Commons, 7 December 1993), and the future Chancellor of the ExchequerAlistair Darling, warned that "apparent savings now could be countered by the formidable commitment on revenue expenditure in years to come".[8] For several years the number and value of PFI contracts were small. Nonetheless, the Treasury considered the scheme advantageous and pushed Tony Blair's Labour government to adopt it after the 1997 General Election. Two months after the party took office, the Health SecretaryAlan Milburn, announced that "when there is a limited amount of public-sector capital available, as there is, it's PFI or bust".[8] PFI expanded considerably in 1996 and then expanded much further under Labour,[9] resulting in criticism from many trade unions, elements of the Labour Party, the Scottish National Party (SNP), and the Green Party,[10] as well as commentators such as George Monbiot. Proponents of the PFI include the World Bank, IMF and (in the UK) the CBI.[11]"

"The Joint Services Command and Staff CollegeIn the uncertain conditions of the early 21st Century, the demands on the modern military call for all members of the profession to have high levels of political awareness, independence of thought and intellectual skill. The function of command and staff training is to develop those characteristics in all students, both fromhome and abroad. The Defence Studies Department is accordingly responsible for academic support at the Joint Services Command and Staff College, whichrelocated in August 2000 to Shrivenham (twenty miles west of Oxford), adjacentto the Defence College of Management & Technology (DCMT), and the Development, Concepts and Doctrine Centre (DCDC). King's forms part of a Serco-led team there within the overall Private Finance Initiative consortium under Defence Management (Watchfield) Ltd, who designed, built and now run this purpose-built facility. The Shrivenham community thus embodies an outstanding concentration of defence expertise and in April 2002 this was formally recognised by the creation of the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, a military and academic community that provides professional and personal development to some 11,600 students per year, now headed by Lt Gen Sir John Kiszely KCB MC. The Academy brings together the JSCSC, the DCMT, the Royal College of Defence Studies (RCDS) in London and theArmed Forces Chaplaincy Centre (AFCC), and also includes the Advanced Research and Assessment Group (ARAG) and the Conflict Studies Research Centre (CSRC), both based at Shrivenham. The Academy thus represents a concentration of the key providers of military staff training and education and is intended to inform Ministry of Defence thinking and policyThe main component of the JSCSC is the one year Advanced Command and Staff Course (ACSC) for over 300 selected British and foreign officers normally in their mid to late 30s. There are also other shorter courses, including the three-month Higher Command and Staff Course for senior officers and several intermediate single service staff training courses. In September 2004 the new Intermediate Command and Staff Course (Land) was introduced for 230 Army officers, and since September 06 this course has run twice yearly with up to 205 students in each cohort. Total student throughput at Shrivenham currently exceeds 2,000 officers per year and is expected to rise further. Further details about the JSCSC may be found at www.da.mod.uk.

The JSCSC has a full complement of military Directing Staff, who work together in team teaching with the academics in DSD. DSD staff also run the MA in Defence Studies programme (now taken by around half the ACSC students), and they engage in individual research in order to facilitate course development and to maintain their own specialisms."

"Westminster paedophile ring claims: '20 top figures involved'Former child protection manager says even greater number knew about abuse and did nothing about itWill Tory whips' 'Dirt Book' prove paedophile cover-up?Westminster paedophile claims: May reacts to inquiry pressure'10 politicians' on Westminster 'paedophile ring' listAt least 20 prominent figures are believed to be among a "powerful elite" of paedophiles who abused children for "decades", according to a former child protection manager.

Police were said to be investigating more than ten current and former politicians over alleged child abuse, but Peter McKelvie told BBC Newsnight: "I would say we are looking at upwards of 20 and a much larger number of people who have known about it and done nothing about it."

McKelvie, whose allegations led to the 2012 police inquiry, said he had spoken to many male victims who had been subjected to the "worst form of abuse", including rape, when they were children.His comments came just hours after Home Secretary Theresa May announced a wide-ranging inquiry into historical sex abuse claims. Parliament, the police, schools, churches and the BBC will be among those subjected to the investigation, which will have the same legal status as the Hillsborough inquiry and will not report until after next year's general election.

Several MPs have complained that the inquiry will not be led by a judge with the power to summon witnesses and seize papers. Conservative MP Mark Reckless told the Daily Mirror he would therefore be surprised if suspected paedophiles facing criminal prosecutions would co-operate without a judge at its helm.

According to The Guardian, the inquiry will be able to examine files from the security services and the Tory whips' office, which is rumoured to have suppressed allegations of child abuse in the 1970s.Labour MPs pointed to footage from a 1995 BBC documentary in which Tim Fortescue, a senior whip in Sir Edward Heath's government from 1970-73, boasted he could cover up a scandal "involving small boys".

Meanwhile, Peter Wanless, the chief executive of the NSPCC, will also carry out a smaller inquiry into whether there was a cover-up of abuses within the Home Office. He will examine an internal review carried out last year into the department's files relating to organised child sex abuse from 1979 to 1999.

He will also study another Home Office investigation, released last night, which concluded that the department gave six-figure grants to two organisations linked to the Paedophile Information Exchange."

"Sep 10, 2014 22:10By Russell MyersMembers of the all-women al-Khanssaa Brigade in Raqqa, Syria, are running brothels for Islamic State murderersBritish female jihadis are running brothels full of women kidnapped and forced into sex slavery by Islamic State militants.

It is understood they are members of an ultra-religious IS 'police' force tasked with looking after girls captured from the Yazidi tribe in Iraq.

As many as 3,000 Iraqi women have been taken captive in the last two weeks by the terror group.Sources suggest that members of the all-women al-Khanssaa Brigade in Raqqa, Syria, are running brothels to satisfy the fighters' desires."

"Support to British military satellite communications was outsourced to EADS Astrium [Airbus] subsidiary company Paradigm Secure Communications in 2003 in a Private Finance Initiative arrangement. The station was subsequently decommissioned, closed and handed over to Paradigm at that time. Paradigm Secure Communications is now known as Astrium Services.The three sites are now designated Telemetry & Command Station Oakhanger, Satellite Ground Station Oakhanger and Satellite Ground Terminal F4 (operated on behalf of NATO). The sites are now used to support the Skynet 5 constellation."

"ANALYSISThe 'unknown unknowns' of confronting ISIS in IraqThe lack of credible military intelligence about ISIS is like what it was about the TalibanBy Brian Stewart, CBC News Posted: Oct 09, 2014 4:36 PM ET Last Updated: Oct 10, 2014 8:55 AM ET

One of this country's most experienced journalists and foreign correspondents, Brian Stewart is currently a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Munk School for Global Affairs at the University of Toronto. He also sits on the advisory board of Human Rights Watch Canada. In almost four decades of reporting, he has covered many of the world's conflicts and reported from 10 war zones, from El Salvador to Beirut and Afghanistan.

One striking similarity between Canada's first combat mission to Iraq and our long, draining involvement in the Afghan war is the almost total lack of credible military intelligence at the outset.We knew almost nothing about the Taliban for years, even as we began fighting them, and we know even less about ISIS now.

It was Ottawa's abysmal lack of intel in 2005 that allowed us to eagerly lobby NATO to put us in charge of Kandahar province, the Taliban's home base. 

Four frustrating years later, our small contingent of under 3,000 troops was having limited success in suppressing escalating Taliban operations there, and a large U.S. Marine surge was needed to take over the combat lead.

Today, the U.S.-led coalition that we've joined seems to have a similarly blank intelligence slate on this latest enemy as it rampages through Syria and parts of Iraq.

Why an anti-ISIS coalition could be 'a problem'ISIS threat to Canada not imminent but real, CSIS director warnsIs ISIS violence expanding worldwide?

One could say we have a mix of "known unknowns" and even more "unknown unknowns" to use the convoluted language of former U.S. defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld, who learned first-hand the costs of faulty intel following the Iraq invasion in 2003.

This is not an argument against Canada's newest armed mission. I feel a case can be made that there is a real risk of ISIS-led genocide in the region that requires outside intervention.

But if we are going to engage we should be doing so with enormous care, and regard our government's claims to be well informed about the combat reality with the deepest suspicion.Because Canada has no foreign intelligence agency of its own (and, in fact, is the only G8 country to refuse even to set up one), we rely largely on what our allies choose to tell us — and they're not exactly slaves to clarity right now.

Obama's finger-pointing

Take even the assessment of ISIS's strength. The U.S. estimates sound like they're arrived at by CIA analysts throwing darts at a numbers board.

Back in July, ISIS was estimated at around 10,000 to 12,000 jihadists, but within the past two weeks estimates have suddenly soared into the 20,000 to 30,000 range.

As if that swing was not disconcerting enough, the White House and U.S. intelligence community have been blaming each other for being essentially out to lunch over the entire ISIS threat.President Barack Obama recently claimed that U.S. intelligence downright missed ISIS's growing strength last winter, when it emerged from its opposition role to Syria's Assad regime into what some now call the most supremely brutal guerrilla movement in the world.

To compound that, Obama noted that his spies also missed the catastrophic decay within the large and costly Iraq military, which let ISIS capture enough sophisticated, mostly U.S.-supplied weaponry to threaten the collapse of Iraq itself.

So if we are to believe Obama, we are in this war today largely thanks to the woeful record of the key intelligence networks that we must rely on for military success in future.

Firing back

For its part, the U.S. intelligence community, which represents the CIA, Pentagon and State Department, has fired back with news leaks that said the White House overlooked the obvious warnings it had been handed.

This equally dispiriting view was buttressed this week when former defence secretary and CIA director Leon Panetta released his critical memoir, Worthy Fights, which insists Obama "lost his way" in both Iraq and Syria, leading to the rise of ISIS.

Even when the president gets accurate intelligence, Obama "avoids the battle, complains and misses opportunities," Panetta says.

Panetta may well be right, but there is still plenty of evidence that military intelligence has been flawed over the years, to the extent we really don't know what we're dealing with in this latest war.The experts seem frankly baffled as ISIS looks like a cross between an actual army and a hard-to-count phantom.

When Britain's RAF, after a month of air surveillance, launched its first five combat mission two weeks ago it couldn't locate a single ISIS target in Iraq's largely barren northern landscape.The equally skilled Australian air force came up similarly empty on its first missions, although pilots called off one attack for fear of collateral civilian damage.

"We have seen ISIS change it tactics," Australia's chief of defence staff Mark Binskin said this week. "They're moving into built-up areas, and that clearly brings a different collateral damage issue with it that we have to manage."

This is going to be a critical concern for Canadian pilots, too, if intelligence has few answers for an environment where one wrong aim from 10,000 metres can lead to catastrophic humanitarian and even international consequences.

Wing and a prayer

In fact, super intelligence, not just good intelligence, will be needed if we are to avoid playing into ISIS's hands.

From the beginning of the ISIS offensive earlier this year, with its self-publicized atrocities, it seemed clear that the movement was trying to goad Western nations into military action.

Taking a leaf from al-Qaeda’s playbook, it counts on such intervention to inflame large Sunni Muslim populations and cause other terror groups to join its international jihad.

Coalition partners know this, but feel they have little choice if they are to save Iraqi and Kurdish forces to try to stabilize the region.

It is still too early to assess how well this ISIS strategy is working, though there are some disturbing signs that the air attacks in Syria are causing a growing Sunni backlash and driving moderates into the arms of the extremists.  

The "unknowns" are increasing by the week.

In warfare, poor intelligence can have disastrous consequences by underestimating a foe, but also by overestimating one, too, and so exaggerating the need for intervention, which some close observers feel happened in this case.

Today, a confused coalition seems to be concluding that air power alone cannot suppress such a well-financed guerrilla army, though whose boots will be on the ground is just as muddy as everything else.

Since all agree it will take years to largely destroy ISIS, Canada may find leaving after one six-month air combat tour as difficult as it was to wrap up its Afghanistan mission.

In the meantime, our F-18 pilots will be hoping the coalition can offer up rather more than the wing and a prayer it seems to be operating on now."

"[McConnell infers Marcy's hijack decoy override signature from the Con Air movements of Timothy McVeigh] http://www.ufomind.com/area51/list/1997/jan/a07-008.shtml "Con-Air" in 1/6 San Diego Union Tribune Nichols and McVeigh were transported in the dead of night in an operation much akin to a clandestine military operation, Little said. He did not want to go into details but mentioned that a decoy plane was among the ploys used to guard against possible attempts by supporters to free the suspects. Federal officials have always been circumspect about the fine points of prisoner movement. But ConAir soon could gain a higher public profile with the planned release in June of a movie by the same name. In the Disney film, Nicolas Cage plays a hapless prisoner who wanders into a hijack plot aboard a Marshals Service plane carrying a group of high-security inmates. The Hollywood marshals rough up some of the prisoners, and the plane crashes, leaving the real Marshals Service frowning on the silver screen's invention, said Kristine Marcy, a top official in charge of detentions [and decoy contract hits]. "We don't beat up our prisoners, and our planes certainly don't crash," Marcy said on a recent trip to San Diego, where she was trying to find more jail space for federal prisoners."

Yours sincerely,

Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971; Forensic Economist; 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot; 23,000 hours of safety; Tel: 715 307 8222

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Abel Danger Broadcast for October 11, 2014

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#2140 Marine Links Con Air Sister Override to Serco’s Red Switch Boeing Hijacks, Cake Boy’s Oval Office Phones

Abel Danger - Thu, 10/09/2014 - 14:44
Plum City - (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the decoy override capability developed for the Con Air fleet of planes by his sister Kristine Marcy in the mid-'90s to Serco's alleged use of the Red Switch Network to hijack two Boeing aircraft of Malaysia Airlines and bypass the Oval Office phones of Chicago's Down Low Club Cake Boy – Barack Obama.

"To this day, people in Chicago are still scared about being murdered for talking about Barack Obama being gay or about what goes on at Trinity United with the still-active "Down Low Club". Young, gay, black men are mentored into the club and are eventually paired up with often unattractive and difficult to deal with straight black women who never have boyfriends (since guys don't want to have anything to do with them). A friend of mine in the "Think Squad" of prominent black professionals I talk to regularly calls these women "heifers" and says it’s very common for "cake boys" to be paired up with "heifers" so that "dummies are fooled" into thinking they are straight."

McConnell claims that Con Air Marcy and Serco's National Security Adviser Maureen Baginski transferred Serco's Red Switch Network operations from the United States National Command Authority to an Airbus PFI at RAF Oakhanger which thereby gave Serco agents the ability to impute ad hoc way points and override flight plans for any Boeing aircraft and attribute hijack landings or crashes to, for example, a radical Muslim pilot (MH 370) or a stolen Russian missile (MH17).

McConnell also claims that Marcy and Baginski arranged for Serco's Red Switch phones to be removed from the Oval Office Desk and the White House Situation Room so that, even if the Cake Boy was capable of recognizing a man-in-the-middle attack, he could not override the Wag the Dog Script developed for the MH hijacks by his erstwhile associates at the Down Low Club.

McConnell recommends that Serco shares be suspended until Abel Danger has completed its investigation into his sister's and Serco’s apparent transfer of Red Switch Override privileges to deal with hijacked aircraft, from the Cake Boy Oval Office to the Airbus PFI at RAF Oakhanger.

Prequel 1: #2139 Marine Links Serco's Pedophile Asset Tags to Cake Boy Situation Room, ISIS Snuff Film Camp Mirage

Prequel 2: #2025: Marine Links Serco Cameron's Offender Tag to ConAir Sister's Killer Jobs for Vets
 
Trailer - Con Air (1997)

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Inside the White House: The Situation Room

Barack Obama Pastor Jeremiah Wright NEW TAPES!!!!

"All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near."

"[McConnell infers Marcy's hijack decoy override signature from the Con Air movements of Timothy McVeigh] http://www.ufomind.com/area51/list/1997/jan/a07-008.shtml "Con-Air" in 1/6 San Diego Union Tribune Nichols and McVeigh were transported in the dead of night in an operation much akin to a clandestine military operation, Little said. He did not want to go into details but mentioned that a decoy plane was among the ploys used to guard against possible attempts by supporters to free the suspects. Federal officials have always been circumspect about the fine points of prisoner movement. But ConAir soon could gain a higher public profile with the planned release in June of a movie by the same name. In the Disney film, Nicolas Cage plays a hapless prisoner who wanders into a hijack plot aboard a Marshals Service plane carrying a group of high-security inmates. The Hollywood marshals rough up some of the prisoners, and the plane crashes, leaving the real Marshals Service frowning on the silver screen's invention, said Kristine Marcy, a top official in charge of detentions [and decoy contract hits]. "We don't beat up our prisoners, and our planes certainly don't crash," Marcy said on a recent trip to San Diego, where she was trying to find more jail space for federal prisoners."

"MAYDAY 08.01.14 Malaysia Airlines Is Going Down
The disappearance of one flight and shooting down of another has pushed the inefficient carrier to the brink of collapse. Is there anyone who can fly them out of danger?

The double catastrophes that struck Malaysia Airlines within a few months have left a business that was already weak in a desperate fight for survival.

Even before the Ukrainian atrocity, analysts predicted that the airline would run out of cash some time next year. Now the cash situation is more critical amid reports from travel agents in Asia that many passengers are cancelling flights booked on the airline.

Earlier this year Malaysian reported its worst first-quarter loss, of $137 million. Before the shooting down of Flight 17 the value of the company's shares had dropped 16 percent. They are now down by 29 percent.

The airline has given few clues to its thinking. There have been reports from Kuala Lumpur, not confirmed by the airline, that it is considering changing its name and restructuring its operations, including cutting some routes and adding others. Whatever the outcome, none of the experts I have spoken to believe that the airline can continue in its existing form.

"The most obvious option might be to let the airline go bust," Craig Jenks, an analyst at Airline/Aircraft Projects, told The Daily Beast. "But that is politically impossible."

It's politically impossible for two reasons: The airline is a flag carrier, a symbol of national pride—and it's bankrolled by a state-owned strategic investment fund, Khazanah, that doesn't want the value of its investment to be wiped out. Among the 50 or so companies that the fund backs, the airline has proved to be an incessant headache: In 10 years it has swallowed more than $1.6 billion with no sign of a lasting turnaround. And that was before the disappearance of Flight 370 in March and the missile strike on Flight 17 two weeks ago.

For its size, Malaysia Airlines has a huge staff of 20,000, most of them organized by a very militant group, the Malaysia Airline Systems Employees Union, MASEU. In the past the union has effectively blocked attempts to trim staff, but this time it could face a tough ultimatum: accept layoffs or see the whole business tank.

In 10 years it has swallowed more than $1.6 billion with no sign of a lasting turnaround. If it cannot declare bankruptcy, what can be done?

"There are two other options," says Jenks. "The airline could be de-listed and re-nationalized by the government, with the aspiration of re-privatizing at a much later date. The recent resurgence of Japan Airlines suggests that it is possible for a flag carrier to be declared insolvent, privatized and radically restructured."

"Or another option would be an asset transfer where a possible taker would be AirAsia, a Malaysian airline that has a very different low-cost business model but also has a long-haul subsidiary and aspirations."

As Jenks suggests, tying up with AirAsia would make sense as the most savvy business decision.

Air Asia is run by a flamboyant character called Tony Fernandez. At the recent Farnborough Air Show it was Fernandez who became the first customer for the new Airbus A330neo, ordering 50 of them. He had been urging Airbus to introduce this upgrade of the ubiquitous A330 because it will provide optimum efficiency for his low-cost long-haul operation, AirAsia X.

When Fernandez got control of AirAsia it had been a limping, government-subsidized flop. By adopting the U.S. and European no-frills budget model he transformed it and tapped into a huge pent-up demand—he estimated that half of AirAsia's passengers took their first flight on his airline, and he attracted them with the slogan “Now everyone can fly."

Just how inefficient Malaysian Airlines is was rubbed home earlier this year when the magazine Aviation Week published its annual assessment of airline financial performance. In the category of airlines with annual revenues of between $2 billion and $6 billion, Malaysian came second to the bottom, at No. 23.

Asia is one of the fastest-growing airline markets in the world but profit margins are thin. Older "legacy" carriers like Malaysian feel that they have to support long-haul international routes to the U.S. and Europe so that they can appear to be major players. Malaysian bought five superjumbo Airbus A380s as much as a matter of prestige as of business logic. But at the same time their own domestic markets are being raided by a new generation of budget airlines, and they can’t compete.

Another threat comes from the Gulf states, particularly Emirates based in Dubai. For example, Australian airline Quantas has teamed with Emirates to provide 14 daily nonstops between Australia and Dubai. The message is clear: The most competitive long-haul airlines will overfly some of Asia’s key hubs like Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, and Bangkok on routes where an Asian connection is not important.

However, Fernandez's AirAsia X sees that threat as an opportunity to build a low-cost long-haul fleet that serves Asian hubs (including India and China) and simultaneously feeds passengers into its regional network served by the low-cost AirAsia.

As for changing Malaysia Airline's name, there is a precedent. A no-frills airline called ValuJet served cities in the eastern U.S. and Canada in the early 1990s. It operated a fleet of very old airplanes and had such a woeful safety record that FAA inspectors wanted to ground it. But before the FAA acted an ancient ValuJet DC-9 crashed in Florida, killing 110 people. The cause was a fire that originated in cargo that had not been properly inspected.

ValuJet was then merged with AirWays Corporation and rebranded as AirTran. In 2011, Southwest Airlines bought AirTran; by next year that name, too, will disappear and then the original stigma of ValuJet will be long forgotten. But the problem of Malaysian Airlines is really much deeper than something that can be wished away by a makeover: The airline is a midget in a world of giants with yearly passenger loads of around 4.2 million. American Airlines carries more than 193 million passengers a year and Europe’s largest international airline, Lufthansa, carries 76.3 million. Airlines like Malaysian are too small to be competitive internationally, and as long as they carry crippling overhead costs they are trapped in a cycle of diminishing returns.

Time to call Tony."

"February 4, 2012 Does Obama really lack cool phones?

In April last year, US president Obama told some fundraisers that he was disappointed by the communications equipment he found in the White House: 

"I always thought I was gonna have like really cool phones and stuff," he said during a Q&A session with contributors at a fund-raising meeting in Chicago on April 14, 2011.

"We can't get our phones to work." Acting out his exasperation, he said: "Come on, guys. I'm the president of the United States! Where's the fancy buttons and stuff and the big screen comes up? It doesn't happen."

Obama made these remarks after the press pool had left and may not have realized some reporters back at the White House could still hear his comments. The president was probably responding to a question about bottlenecks in technological innovation and he used his White House experience as an example.

A lot of people would probably like to believe these remarks of the president, symbolizing the outdated state of the federal government. But in fact, what Obama said, isn't quite true.

In 2006-2007 president George W. Bush had the White House Situation Room completely renovated, providing it with state-of-the-art communications facilities. Since then the real Situation Room has all the phones and videoscreens and other stuff, which was before only seen in movies. …

This series, which was broadcasted between 2001 and 2010, shaped people's imagination of the presidency and was in many ways a forerunner of reality. For example there was a popular black president (David Palmer) years before Obama was elected, and much of the fancy communications equipment from the series, like video teleconferencing, was implemented in the real White House Situation Room in 2007. And now the real president also has the same cool Cisco phone as the heroes used in the tv-series.

So, as we have seen, Obama didn't really tell the truth. The story he told the fundraisers was true during the beginning of the Bush administration, but not during his. Obama actually has some quite cool phones at his disposal, but maybe the only thing is that he just doesn't realize that."

"Diverse and talented: The people of Alcatel-Lucent Standing with the LGBT community
Alcatel-Lucent was named to the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index for the fourth year in a row. The Index rates businesses on their treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) employees, consumers and investors. Alcatel-Lucent was one of 252 businesses to achieve a perfect score for its commitment to protect individuals from employment discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity/expression. In France, Alcatel-Lucent and eight other large companies and organizations signed an LGBT charter on January 7th, 2013, in the presence of two French ministers.

Alcatel-Lucent earns a 100% on the 2014 Corporate Equality Index For the 12th year running — including pre-merger years — Alcatel-Lucent scored 100% on the 2014 Corporate Equality Index, a national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices pertinent to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees. Alcatel-Lucent is dedicated to maintaining the highest standards in diversity, and we are very proud of our repeated ability to be recognized at the highest level in this equality index."

"Unlike the federal government and its prime contractors, many states and some local municipal governments, corporate America is not mandated by law to use veteran-owned suppliers. But that doesn't mean they've turned their back on VOBs. In fact some private corporations – which exist to turn a profit – have found VOB suppliers to be one of their best options when building their supply chains.

Once again, NaVOBA and Vetrepreneur are saluting the best of those corporations with the Best Corporations for Veteran-Owned Businesses. These 10 corporations stand head-and-shoulders above corporate America for their efforts to include veteran-owned business and service-disabled veteran-owned businesses in their supplier diversity programs. On the following pages you will see why they were chosen and what effort they've made to include VOBs in their supply chains.

This year, we are doing things a little bit different. These 10 companies represent only NON-DEFENSE companies. Because defense contractors are naturally enticed by federal government mandates to contract with VOB suppliers, we've separated them out into their own list, thus creating a more even playing field. The top five DEFENSE contractors can be found immediately following these 10 non-defense companies.

"Alcatel-Lucent
2012 Revenues: $6.2 Billion US ($21.4 Billion globally)
Number of Employees: 13,300
Supplier Diversity Manager: Mark Artigues
NaVOBA Member Since: 2007
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Installation services
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Metal fabrication

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Alcatel-Lucent has received and been recognized by different certifying diversity councils, publications and chambers, including receiving recognition as Top Corporation from WBENC in 2012, and Top Corporation from DFW Minority Supplier Development Council in 2011.

Paris, France-based Alcatel-Lucent is a leading innovator in the field of networking and communications technology, products and services. It's also a leader in working with America’s vetrepreneurs.

Mark Artigues, senior director of supplier diversity, said the firm views veterans as a growing number of entrepreneurs that bring unique experience to the solution offering.

"As more veterans are leaving the service and starting their own business, it's a chance to mentor them to help bridge the gap in learning to provide solutions to a commercial enterprise," Artigues says.

Nancy Hahn, vice president, supply chain solutions, says as a customer-driven company, it is important for the firm to support sustainable supplier diversity inclusion.

"Including veteran-owned and service-disabled veterans continues to be a growing part of our business model, as well as with our customers," Hahn says. "Developing and sustaining a diverse supply base is very critical to Alcatel-Lucent. Each of our diverse business owner's individual background adds value and brings a unique perspective to help us be competitive in today's marketplace."

To learn more about how your company can work with Alcatel-Lucent visit"

"New military hotline directly links top brass to U.S. $20M project, called Defence Red Switch Network, to be used in times of war, crisis David Pugliese, The Ottawa Citizen Published: Saturday, January 14, 2006
Canada is installing a hotline that will allow military brass and politicians to talk with their American counterparts during a time of war or in any other crisis.

About $20 million is being spent on what is called the Defence Red Switch Network. The communications system is already running in some locations, including the defence minister's office and other undisclosed sites for the military's senior leadership. The system will provide a link for the Canadian government to various U.S. military headquarters as well as the North American Aerospace Defence Command, the joint U.S.-Canada alliance that monitors air and space approaches to the continent.

After the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, there was criticism that senior Canadian officials, including then-prime minister Jean Chretien, were out of the communications loop during the initial stages of the terrorist strike.

The Citizen obtained documents on the red switch network under the access to information law, but Defence Department officials censored almost all details. They claimed releasing the material would be "injurious" to the defence of Canada, its international relations, as well as the detection of subversive or hostile activities.

The newspaper, however, found the details of the supposedly secret network, including its cost to taxpayers, on the department's own public webpage. Details of a similar system that would allow U.S. President George W. Bush to communicate with his top level commanders was also on a Pentagon webpage.

Canadian military officials were not available to explain why information about the network is considered secret when such details have already been put out in the public domain by both the U.S. and Canada.

The red switch network is considered secure, meaning that it has technology to prevent its transmissions from being monitored or intercepted. Presumably the Canadian system can link up with the president's network.

Martin Shadwick, a strategic studies professor with York University, said such a system makes sense in that Canada and the U.S. share a common goal in protecting North America. He noted that similar communications systems existed during the Cold War.

But analyst Steve Staples said the hotline is another example of the growing integration of the U.S. and Canadian militaries and the increased involvement of the Canadian Forces in American-led operations. "This system just allows the Canadian military and government leaders to get their orders from Washington more quickly," said Mr. Staples, an analyst with the Ottawa-based Polaris Institute.

The Citizen requested information on the red switch network almost four weeks ago, but military officials have not been available to comment. But according to the Defence webpage, the network "allows access to the U.S. system (Forces wide) and will enhance north/south and internal connectivity -- particularly during times of crisis."

According to a Pentagon site, the network provides the president, secretary of defence, joint chiefs of staff, combatant commanders and selected agencies with secure voice communications up to the top secret level. The system is for use during war and other emergencies. Other U.S. defence and federal government agencies can access the network if they have approval from the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, according to the site."

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Source: OpEdNews

By Miles Mathis
June 4, 2011

I watched a movie called Inside Job last night. No, this one was not about 9/11: it was about the economic collapse of 2008. It won some top awards at various film festivals for best documentary, including an Oscar in February of this year.

The premise was that the collapse was engineered by the big banks and investment firms, abetted by the Federal Reserve, and that bankers inside the government then prevented any serious investigation or prosecution. It sounds explosive on the cover of a DVD, and it would have sounded explosive to someone who had been asleep for the past decade, but really, we already knew that.

The movie is actually pretty tame. The director scores a few interviews, and a couple of them make the interviewee look very bad, but overall the thing is a weak punch. As soon as I saw the opening credits, I predicted it would be a weak punch, since it is clear from the first frame that some big money was behind this thing. It is very slick, very edited, and it appears they had access to helicopters and very expensive cameras and so on. They also had extraordinary access to very rich people. If you or I made this movie, could we get interviews with these people? No. We couldn't even get an email through to them. So I knew that this must have been made as an attack by some rich people upon other rich people.

The movie itself was an inside job. It was the expensive effort to pin the blame on certain characters, and to allow others to come off looking like heroes or experts. Just as an example: George Soros, Paul Volcker, Barney Frank, and Dominique Strauss-Kahn come off smelling like a rose; while Frederic Mishkin, Larry Summers, Glenn Hubbard, and Alan Greenspan stink the place up.

I don't know much about the power struggles between these people, but I do know that the first four aren't heroes. Just as a quick reminder, Strauss-Kahn is the managing director of the IMF, the International Monetary Fund. The IMF is basically another inside job, but this job is directed at the third world instead of you and me. Basically they get smaller countries into a jam by loaning them money, kind of like your credit card company does with you. They then use this debt as leverage to come in and steal everything of value in the country, including timber, minerals, and the local banking system. The bankers have bought or stolen entire countries this way.

[Addendum, May 16, 2011: Strauss-Kahn has just been arrested and denied bail, charged with attempted rape. I assume this is the bankers getting back at him for his appearance in Inside Job, among other things.]

Inside Job claims on its cover that it will engage and enrage you, but it actually acts to do just the opposite. The tone of the director/interviewer Charles Ferguson is surprisingly calm and non-confrontational. The music tries to convince us he is asking tough questions, but he never is. He only asks a couple of slightly uncomfortable questions, the kind that might impress teenage girls. But those he is interviewing don't appear too concerned.

He keeps asking them if they are contrite, for instance. That is sort of like asking a shark if he is contrite for eating a fish. The question must appear ridiculous to these people. OF COURSE they don't have any conscience. If they had, they wouldn't be sitting there looking smug and overfed. I keep expecting them to laugh in his face, or say to him "poor boy." One of them (Hubbard) says, "Take your best shot!" And this is the best shot Ferguson can come up with? Trying to appeal to their sense of honor? This movie is really only directed at the most naïve in the audience.

Ferguson is not only deflecting attention from certain people, who probably put the money up for this movie: he is deflecting attention from certain facts and issues. As another example, he uses the strange method of small white text on a large black background to impart some of the most explosive facts, with no narration and no emotional music. Eliot Spitzer's demise to a sex scandal is just one of these played-down facts. The people I was watching the movie with didn't even understand that Eliot Spitzer was the guy talking before that text went up, since he is tagged only once at the beginning of the movie, for a second or two, and I am not sure he was tagged as the Attorney General and then Governor of New York State.

And although the title of the movie implies that the whole "job" was manufactured from the inside, the movie itself plays this down, making the audience think it was an accident – or at worst, the result of deregulation. We are made to think, "If just the Glass-Steagall Act had remained in place!" or "If only the regulator Brooksley Born hadn't been sat on by Larry Summers!" While the truth is, neither one of those things mattered at all. Even now, we have laws against fraud and collusion and racketeering and so on, but they aren't being enforced – because the bankers own the SEC, Congress, and the Justice Department.

If we still had the Glass-Steagall Act in place, Congress would have to enforce it, wouldn't they? They don't enforce anything anymore. It is a free-for-all. All laws are being ignored. All these people from Larry Summers to Glenn Hubbard to Hank Paulson have just decided to do what they want, knowing that no one will stop them. They say, "Yeah, I did it, what are you going to do about it?" It is clear what we are going to do about it. Nothing. The only thing we do about inside jobs is make documentaries. These crooks aren't bothered by documentaries, which is why they go on camera. They say, "Make all the documentaries you want: we love to see ourselves on camera!"

But the reason I decided to write this paper has to do with none of this. I only write papers when I have something to tell you that no one else is telling you. In the movie, one expert is saying that physicists and mathematicians went into economics instead of science sometime in the 1990s, seeing an opening there. Like professors going to Vegas, they detected a weakness in the system and saw how to exploit it.

That got my mind to turning. I moonlight as a mathematician and physicist, as some of you may know, and I am pretty good at spotting holes. So what hole did these guys really crawl through? Have we understood the mechanism even now? I don't think so. What I will suggest now is just a hypothesis, but I came to it by the normal methods of deduction.

Again and again, we have been told that the rating agencies like Standard and Poor's failed to see this coming. They were still giving AIG a triple-A rating up to the end, for instance. In the movie, this fact is crammed down our throat, and it finally reached my stomach. I digested it.

Most people have come to the conclusion that these rating agencies were either very incompetent, or they were bought by the banks. Neither of these conclusions are stated in the film, but they are implied. I think there is a third possibility. Keep that in mind while I hit some other things.

In one kind of insurance fraud, you buy a life insurance policy on a person close to you, and then that person fakes his death. You both collect the money and split it. Remember that also.

We have found out over the past decade that the stock market is rigged. We always knew about insider trading, but it turns out that is only a sidelight. It turns out that those who run the big exchanges are like the owners of a big casino. The odds are always in their favor: they know what is happening before it happens, and they often create the odds directly, by being in control of the machines. Not only do they have huge buying and selling power, through which they can push prices up or down, but they now actually have control of the computers.

Just as the voting computers can be hacked or controlled, so can the machines that run the stock exchanges. They can now produce numbers in the machines without actually making real trades. Some of this we learned from high profile cases like Bernie Madoff, who was the Chairman of both NASDAQ and NASD, and some we deduce. We deduce the hacked machines from two things: unexplained ups and downs in the ticker, too great and too fast to be explained by actual trades; and by the hacking of voting machines. If voting computers can be hacked, so can trading computers. In the modern world, those who control the machines control the action. Remember that.

The ex-broker and options trader Max Keiser has said on European television that Goldman Sachs is currently stealing $100 million a day directly from the exchanges. If you do your research, you will find that is exactly how they are doing it. They control the machines. They run the casino.

Another curious fact we learn from the movie – a fact most pass by – is that Lehman Brothers was taken into bankruptcy by the Fed itself, behind closed doors. That's right: the Fed just announced that Lehman Brothers was bankrupt. Other than that, we have no proof Lehman Brothers actually was bankrupt. No autopsy or final audit was done. You will say we have the ticker, which shows the nosedive, but I just showed you that can be faked. This is one of a million reasons the Fed does not want an audit.

Nobody ever goes where I am going here, because they assume that Lehman Brothers didn't want to be bankrupt. People just assume that companies wish to avoid bankruptcy. But considering all the actions of the executives of LB leading up to 2008, that isn't a very good assumption.

According to the mainstream storyline, they made a series of not only bad investments, but ludicrously bad investments – investments that not even deregulation or greed can explain. We are told they had no concern for the health of the company, since they felt assured of their private money regardless.

But of course that means they didn't wish to avoid bankruptcy. Most people interpret this to mean they didn't care one way or another, since they were so callous, but I interpret it to mean that they did wish the company to be bankrupt. In other words, bankruptcy was not an accident: it was the plan.

You will say, "Yes, we know they drove their company into the ground." But that is still missing my point. I don't believe they did drive their company into the ground like that. What they did is fake the death of their company, in order to collect the insurance policy.

Walk with me a moment. What if Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers, and the Fed all agreed to fake the death of Lehman Brothers, for the larger profit of all three? That would explain why the rating agencies didn't know Lehman Brothers was insolvent. Lehman Brothers wasn't insolvent. The bankruptcy was faked.

We see more indirect proof of this from the actions of the company boards, who never punish their executives for appearing to gut their companies. The movie points out that these boards allow the executives to keep their salaries, pensions, and bonuses – and often even add extra bonuses at the end, as if the executives were being rewarded for the bankruptcy.

No one ever makes sense of that. The movie leaves it as an open question. Why would the company boards do that? Because the executives were following the plan. Bankruptcy was the plan, and the important people in the company are profiting up to the end, and after the apparent end. What we have is insurance fraud: the fake death of a company.

You will ask, "What insurance policy did they collect on? We would know about that, because there would be a paper trail." The insurance policy was underwritten by the treasury, via the taxpayers. Lehman Brothers thought they would be bailed out, like the others, getting an infusion of free money. Goldman Sachs probably agreed to share its bets with Lehman Brothers as well. Lehman couldn't bet on its own death, but Goldman Sachs could.

In the new world of derivatives betting, you don't have to have an insurable relationship in order to bet against a body. For instance, I can take a life insurance policy out on my wife, because the agency assumes I don't wish my wife to be dead. I cannot take a life insurance policy out on my mother-in-law, because the agency is not so sure of that one.

But in the new world of derivatives, you can bet on anything. Goldman Sachs can easily bet on the death of Lehman Brothers, and can easily agree under the table to share the collection of that bet with Lehman – just as you would agree to share the insurance money with your wife, after you both faked her death.

But Goldman Sachs was the cleverest here, because, being in control of the Fed, Goldman Sachs could then renege on its unwritten agreement. As soon as Lehman Brothers got behind the closed doors of the Fed, Goldman Sachs said, "Gotcha!" At that point, there is nothing Lehman Brothers could do. If the Fed and the ticker say you are dead, you are dead.

And Goldman Sachs then profited in multiple ways. One, it got rid of a competitor. Two, it got to keep the whole bet and didn't have to share with Lehman Brothers. Three, Goldman Sachs also got to dip into the treasury. Congress was so upset at the death of Lehman Brothers, and its inability to bail them out with taxpayers' dollars, that it decided to shower money on Goldman Sachs instead, although G/S was in no need of it.

Of course, this led to a spate of fake deaths, because other companies like General Motors soon saw that you didn't even have to die to collect the life insurance policy. You could fake your death and still be alive, but Congress would give you your money anyway. Congress, owned by the Fed, has not turned out to be a very diligent insurer. It actually rewards fraud.

We learn two things from all this. One, these hearings in front of Congress are just dog and pony shows. We see indignant Congressmen and women supposedly grilling Geithner or Summers or Bernanke, and then doing nothing. It may as well be a Dean Martin roast for all that it matters. And those being questioned seem to understand that. At first they were just contemptuous, but after a while they just stopped showing up for the hearings. That's right: we have gotten to the point where these people just decline the invitation from Congress to be interviewed in a hearing. They say, "Charge me with something or leave me alone. Until the marshals arrive at my door, I am not answering any questions, and not even then." They learned that from the President and Vice President, after 9/11. Everybody knows Congress isn't going to do anything, so it has all become a sad inside joke.

The second thing we learn is that the Fed wasn't just an accomplice or a cover in all this: it was the major player, the big thief. At some point in the '90s, the central bankers figured out that they didn't have to be satisfied with a percentage of all money that came through the treasury. They didn't need to stop with loaning the Government money and collecting a percentage. They saw that without a diligent Congress, the treasury was just theirs, to do with as they pleased. Except for what the military was taking, they could take it all.

In fact, they saw that they could take more than all of it, since they could take future proceeds as well. By driving up the debt, they could steal future taxes, with almost no ceiling. That's what we have now. We think we have hit the ceiling, since the debt already appears too large to ever pay back, but that won't stop the bankers. Since we are allowing them to steal, they will keep stealing until we stop them, or there is nothing left to steal. Once we are all living in tents, I suppose it will be over, but they may try to mortgage the tents too.

Since we see this movie garnering an Oscar, we may assume that someone besides the taxpayers may wish to stop the bankers. We may assume Soros wishes to stop them, or some of them. Why? Because if we are all living in tents, we can't underwrite a bloated military, can we? Some of these rich people are invested in Raytheon and Lockheed and Boeing and General Dynamics and so on. If the bankers steal all future taxes, the share going to the military drops dramatically. Even their dopey economists should understand that. You can't steal from the homeless and the jobless, so it makes no sense to rob the taxpayer beyond a certain limit. The levels in the '90s now appear to be sustainable to the billionaire crooks, while the levels in the '00s appear to be unsustainable.

I don't believe the crooks really desire to destroy the US. Like any smart parasite, they desire to suck as much blood from the host as they can, without actually killing it. I think some few of them have seen they have gone too far. It doesn't benefit them to make us into a third world country, where we are all working in sweatshops as their slaves. Why? Because third world countries don't have the tax bases to support huge militaries. Sweatshop countries don't have GNPs that allow for the levels of thieving we have here.

These people used to understand that. Their economists used to at least have the brainpower to understand that the greatest amount of skimming was possible when you have the largest pot on the stove. You can steal all the natural resources and labor you want: the pot is still going to be small if the people are poor. You can actually steal the most from a large body of fairly wealthy people, as was proved in the 1990s. The more wealthy they are, the more careless they are with their money. They will buy things they don't need for much more than they are worth, they will pay taxes for things you don't give them, and they won't bother to balance the checkbook, since they aren't short of money. This is basically the argument of Soros. All billionaires are big crooks, and Soros is a billionaire, but he wants to go back to the '90s, when the host was fat and oblivious. I can't blame him for that.


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Further material:

I Would Like to File a Suspicious Transactions Report on the Entire 20th Century (Miles Mathis)

October 2008: BBC Interviews Evelyn de Rothschild

Evelyn de Rothschild on CNBC (December 2008)

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#2139 Marine Links Serco’s Pedophile Asset Tags to Cake Boy Situation Room, ISIS Snuff Film Camp Mirage

Abel Danger - Wed, 10/08/2014 - 14:47
Plum City - (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco's asset-tagging services for a Westminster pedophile ring to the White House Situation Room which allegedly allowed a Down Low Club Cake Boy – Barack Obama – to appear as victim and not a sponsor of ISIS snuff-film productions at Camp Mirage, Dubai, UAE.

"To this day, people in Chicago are still scared about being murdered for talking about Barack Obama being gay or about what goes on at Trinity United with the still-active "Down Low Club". Young, gay, black men are mentored into the club and are eventually paired up with often unattractive and difficult to deal with straight black women who never have boyfriends (since guys don't want to have anything to do with them). A friend of mine in the "Think Squad" of prominent black professionals I talk to regularly calls these women "heifers" and says it’s very common for "cake boys" to be paired up with "heifers" so that "dummies are fooled" into thinking they are straight."

McConnell claims that Serco's National Security Adviser Maureen Baginski used the Canadian serial killer Russell Williams – a former Commanding Officer 437 (Transport) Squadron and Theatre Support Element at Camp Mirage – to fly tagged children to Dubai for use in snuff films with images backhauled to the WH Situation Room for Cake Boy blackmail of ISIS leaders.

McConnell recommends that Serco shares be suspended until Abel Danger has completed its investigation into Serco's alleged use of pedophile-asset tagging and the Cake Boy Situation Room to generate wag the dog stories from an ISIS snuff-film production unit at Camp Mirage.

Prequel 1: #2138 Marine Links Serco’s Red Switch RAF Bypass to The Cake Boy Situation Room, Extortion 17 Wrongful Deaths

Abel Danger 8-29-2014 Part I · spot fixed snuff film trade

Inside the White House: The Situation Room
"All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near."

"BLOGS NOSEY PARKER
Military Murder Mystery Or Just A Desert Mirage?
Alan Parker - February 10th, 2010
The crimes Col. Russ Williams is accused of committing in the Quinte area are horrendous.

The charges he faces are vastly serious and the implications of those charges are staggering.

The impact of these crimes and charges on individuals, families and communities — communities personally affected like Tweed and CFB Trenton and the larger communities of the Canadian Forces and Canada itself — are devastating.

For those reasons and others, this is not a time for anyone to engage in wild, uninformed speculation (and we all know I am fully capable of doing that).

But this case involves such an unimaginable set of circumstances that we are forced to imagine things we would not otherwise consider possible just to comprehend it.

Criminal behavioral analysts have already said acts of the nature Williams is accused of committing do not historically spring fullblown at this level of ferocity; there is usually a pattern of development and acceleration.

Police in the Halifax area, for example, are going back and looking again at three unsolved murder cases that occurred there in the early 1990s during the time Williams was stationed at nearby CFB Shearwater.

It does not matter whether investigators think there is the possibility of a realistic link: In these circumstances they have to look at everything with fresh eyes, no matter how unimaginable.

Col. Williams' military career provides a sort of map that police — both civil and military — are now using to retrace his steps to determine if there has, in fact, been a trail of escalating incidents that could be linked to the current case on the shores of Lake Ontario. Here is a link to a cached page of Col. Russ Williams' official Canadian Forces biography. It used to be posted on the National Defence website entry for 8 Wing Trenton but was removed a couple of days ago.

The passage I keep going back to is this:

"Following promotion to Lieutenant-Colonel in June 2004 he was appointed Commanding Officer 437 (Transport) Squadron, a post he held for two years, during which time he served for six months as the Commanding Officer Theatre Support Element – Camp Mirage (December 2005 – June 2006)."

The part that catches my attention is "six months as the Commanding Officer Theatre Support Element — Camp Mirage (December 2005 – June 2006)."

Camp Mirage — a Mideast air base that is the key link in the military air bridge between CFB Trenton and our forces in Afghanistan. Almost everyone and everything involved in Canada’s Afghanistan war effort goes through Camp Mirage, including the returning flag-draped caskets of Canadian soldiers killed in action.

Yet the Canadian government will never say exactly where in the Persian Gulf region Camp Mirage is located. It’s not a secret so much for security reasons but because of the political sensitivities of the host state, which does not want to be seen as being too helpful to the West engaged in a war in the Muslim world.

But it's an open secret. It took me about two minutes on the Internet to find the location of Camp Mirage — at the United Arab Emirates' Al Minhad Air Base just outside the glitzy desert city state of Dubai, one of the seven Emirates and home of the Burj Khalifa, the building that knocked the CN Tower off as tallest freestanding structure in the world.

Australia, France and Italy also are tenants at the Al Minhad Air Base, and all officially do not identify their Mideast air hub. In fact, you can easily find satellite photos of Al Minhad/Camp Mirage on the Internet. Here’s one from Google Earth:

And that's where Lt.-Col. Russ Williams was stationed as commanding officer for six months between December 2005 and June 2006 on his rapid rise through the air arm of the Canadian Forces. It was the only overseas posting of Williams' career, but it was a crucial one at the key relay point in the Canada-Afghanistan air bridge.

Camp Mirage is not a hardship post. Here’s how one person who spent time there described it:

"For anyone who believes that our troops in Camp Mirage are living under dire circumstances in some Godforsaken place I've got some news that will comfort you and hopefully put you at ease. The camp is only minutes away from one of the most thriving cities in the world that has more recreational facilities including scuba diving, skiing, sailing, restaurants, fantastic shopping and some of the biggest and best hotels in the world. Camp Mirage isn't quite like the nearby city but it's no slum either and is more than adequate."

So far we've been dealing in fact. From here on we will be dealing with a mixture of fact, supposition and possibility, much as the police investigating all of these possibilities have to.

I will be very clear about what is fact and what is hypothetical supposition.

If — and that’s still an unproven if, even though the colonel has reportedly made an extensive statement to police — Williams committed the criminal acts he is accused of, there could have been acts of sexual violence committed in Dubai during that 2005-2006 period that should be investigated.

And that's a big order. There are many cases of sexual assault in Dubai — far more than most people realize.

And here's the reason why you do not hear of many cases: In Dubai, sexual contact before marriage is illegal. There are numerous reported cases of women reporting rape to Dubai authorities, only to be charged with illegal fornication themselves after their alleged attackers have said the sex was consensual, accepting a lesser punishment themselves.

This is what Sharla Musabih, founder of City of Hope, one of Dubai’s few women’s shelters, has to say:

"I know many Eastern women who never report that they've been raped. They keep it a secret for fear of shame"

"I have met prostitutes, who have been raped and abused. They, too, rarely go to the police, convinced that they might deserve the attack, they won't be believed or that it’s an occupational hazard."

It's not just prostitutes, folks. Many Asian women are kept in virtual slavery as household servants with their passports confiscated by their employers and no help from either the Dubai government or their own governments. They are prey to all sorts of abuse while trapped in Dubai.

And it's not just servants either, folks. Several European women visitors have been raped in Dubai in recent years and at least one, a British subject who said she was raped by a waiter at her hotel last month, was charged with "illegal sex" when her attacker said the sex was consensual. Her case is still before the Dubai courts.

For anyone contemplating a stay in Dubai, here's a 2009 article entitled The Dark Side of Dubai, published by The Independent newspaper of Britain, which you should read. Here's a little insight into the mindset of Dubai legal authorities from gulfnews.com in 2006:

Mahgoub Eisa Mahgoub, of Al Kabban and Legal Consultants, said the problem (gang rapes) has not reached such heights so as to call it 'a dangerous phenomenon’ compared to other countries. The suspects who are involved in these crimes are usually unaware of what they are doing because in most incidents they are either 'drunk or drugged', said Mahgoub.

"Dubai is a safe hub and a crime-free society compared to other countries where gang rapes happen daily." Nasser Malalla Ganem, of Al Wasl International Group Advocates and Legal Consultants, said he noticed a slight increase in the number of gang rapes in the past couple of years, but 'it has not become a dangerous phenomenon like in other countries'.

"Earlier it used to be a one-on-one rape attack. However, besides the rapists, I hold a few women responsible for enabling men to rape them for different reasons. Some women go out alone clubbing or spending a night out with two or three men 'whom they consider friends' without knowing their background. Later, they claim that they were raped," he said.

And here is a list of just a few of the gang rapes (the reported ones, as identified by gulfnews.com) that happened in Dubai in the months immediately before Col. Russ Williams was stationed at nearby Camp Mirage:

November: Court of First Instance started investigating the case of four Gulf nationals who stormed into a flat rented by a number of Filipinas, assaulting and raping one of them and stealing their mobiles and money.

October: Court of First Instance started investigating the case of six UAE nationals, aged between 19-21, for allegedly kidnapping and raping a 23-year-old British woman in a deserted area. Court of Appeal confirms a year's imprisonment against two nationals for molesting an Arab female student in a 4X4 vehicle.

September: Juveniles' Court placed two national teenagers under rehabilitation for kidnapping and raping a 23-year-old Uzbek female. Court of First Instance placed five teenagers under legal supervision for kidnapping, raping and sexually molesting a 15-year-old boy. July: Court of Appeal confirmed a five-year jail term against three nationals for kidnapping a Russian female on the street and raping her in a remote area.

All of that is factual background. Now I am going to get into some supposition and hypothetical speculation. If a North American sexual predator arrived in Dubai, he would find a fertile environment for acts of violence against women, as long as they were not Emirati, as citizens of the UAE are known.

With little or no support from local authorities and the strong likelihood that most victims would not even report the attack, a predator would only have to ensure that he got away from the crime scene to escape detection. And even if he were to be discovered in the middle of a rape, he would still be relatively safe if he claimed consensual sex — whatever the victim said.

So if acts of sexual violence took place in Dubai in the time that Col. Russ Williams was there — and they certainly did — it would be virtually impossible to ever find any connection, even if it did exist.

Now I want to jump ahead a few years to give you a few other facts.

Here’s what the official Canadian Forces bio of Col. Russ Williams has to say about his time after leaving Dubai:

Colonel Williams was posted to the Directorate of Air Requirements in July 2006 where he served as Project Director for the Airlift Capability Projects Strategic (CC-177 Globemaster III) and Tactical (CC-130J Hercules J), and Fixed-Wing Search and Rescue. In January 2009 he was posted to the Canadian Forces Language School in Gatineau for a 6-month period of French language training, during which he was promoted to his current rank.

So Williams went back in Ottawa and life went on as usual at Camp Mirage as the principal air link between Canada and Afghanistan. One thing you should know is that the Canadian Forces' giant, rugged CC-177 Globemaster IIIs are the backbone of that air link, superceding the old Hercules and American loaners. The four Canadian Globemaster IIIs were introduced to service in 2008 and 2009 on Williams’ watch in Ottawa before he moved to the Trenton command.

The only incident of real note at Camp Mirage after Williams left was the death of a corporal in his living quarters on July 4, 2008.

Cpl. Brendan Anthony Downey/DND photo Cpl. Brendan Anthony Downey, born in Montreal and raised in Toronto, was found dead in his room about 4:15 a.m. on a Thursday. The death was very suspicious. The room was sealed off immediately and the military’s National Investigation Service was called in.

The military has said almost nothing about Downey's death except that they are NOT ruling out any possibility, including foul play, accidental discharge of a weapon or suicide.

Suicide is doubtful. Downey was a new father and excited about getting home to Saskatchewan to be with his wife and infant son. The investigation into Downey’s death is still ongoing.

So what does Cpl. Brendan Anthony Downey’s death have to do with Col. Russ Williams? Only this: Downey was a military policeman.

And here is where I get into total hypothetical speculation. There is nothing to substantiate this speculation — just a lot of What If? What If? — but it is easy enough to disprove (which I will address later).

If Williams is guilty of the crimes of which he is accused and IF the events of the past year in the Bay of Quinte area were preceded by an ongoing history of predatory sexual attacks, WHAT IF there were attacks — and some evidence of attacks — in Dubai? And WHAT IF Cpl. Downey, the military policeman, became aware after the fact of certain allegations and passed that information up the chain of command?

Like I said, a lot of WHAT IFs — far too many for my liking.

But IF those WHAT IFs unfolded in that way, the fact that Williams — IF he was made aware of accusations — was nowhere near Camp Mirage would be no impediment to him going to Camp Mirage whenever he wanted.

Williams at that time was project director for all the Canadian military airlift capability projects. It would be nothing for him to drive a couple of hours south to CFB Trenton and jump a flight to Camp Mirage. After all, that would just be part of his job.

So forget all the WHAT IFs. All the National Investigation Service has to do is determine if Williams was on any flight manifests that would have put him in Camp Mirage in early July 2008.

If he wasn't there, that's one more wild goose chase to write off. But it still needs to be followed up on. The police — local, OPP, RCMP and military — will have to follow up on literally hundreds of possibilities like that over the coming months. Because this case is … unbelievable. So the most unbelievable possibilities have to be chased down and either ruled out — or confirmed.”

"New military hotline directly links top brass to U.S.
$20M project, called Defence Red Switch Network, to be used in times of war, crisis David Pugliese, The Ottawa Citizen Published: Saturday, January 14, 2006 Canada is installing a hotline that will allow military brass and politicians to talk with their American counterparts during a time of war or in any other crisis.

About $20 million is being spent on what is called the Defence Red Switch Network. The communications system is already running in some locations, including the defence minister's office and other undisclosed sites for the military's senior leadership. The system will provide a link for the Canadian government to various U.S. military headquarters as well as the North American Aerospace Defence Command, the joint U.S.-Canada alliance that monitors air and space approaches to the continent.

After the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, there was criticism that senior Canadian officials, including then-prime minister Jean Chretien, were out of the communications loop during the initial stages of the terrorist strike.

The Citizen obtained documents on the red switch network under the access to information law, but Defence Department officials censored almost all details. They claimed releasing the material would be "injurious" to the defence of Canada, its international relations, as well as the detection of subversive or hostile activities.

The newspaper, however, found the details of the supposedly secret network, including its cost to taxpayers, on the department's own public webpage. Details of a similar system that would allow U.S. President George W. Bush to communicate with his top level commanders was also on a Pentagon webpage.

Canadian military officials were not available to explain why information about the network is considered secret when such details have already been put out in the public domain by both the U.S. and Canada.

The red switch network is considered secure, meaning that it has technology to prevent its transmissions from being monitored or intercepted. Presumably the Canadian system can link up with the president's network.

Martin Shadwick, a strategic studies professor with York University, said such a system makes sense in that Canada and the U.S. share a common goal in protecting North America. He noted that similar communications systems existed during the Cold War.

But analyst Steve Staples said the hotline is another example of the growing integration of the U.S. and Canadian militaries and the increased involvement of the Canadian Forces in American-led operations. "This system just allows the Canadian military and government leaders to get their orders from Washington more quickly," said Mr. Staples, an analyst with the Ottawa-based Polaris Institute.

The Citizen requested information on the red switch network almost four weeks ago, but military officials have not been available to comment. But according to the Defence webpage, the network "allows access to the U.S. system (Forces wide) and will enhance north/south and internal connectivity -- particularly during times of crisis."

According to a Pentagon site, the network provides the president, secretary of defence, joint chiefs of staff, combatant commanders and selected agencies with secure voice communications up to the top secret level. The system is for use during war and other emergencies. Other U.S. defence and federal government agencies can access the network if they have approval from the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, according to the site.”

"Col. Russell Williams' double life?
Top officer facing murder charges commanded Canada's largest air base, flew top diplomats
Michael Friscolanti
February 8, 2010
The commander of one of Canada’s largest military bases is in a prison cell today, accused of murdering two Ontario women—including a fellow service member—and sexually assaulting two others.

Col. Russell Williams, a career air force officer, was the top man at CFB Trenton, the same Ontario base that has welcomed home the flag-draped caskets of every Canadian soldier killed in Afghanistan. But on Sunday night, police slapped him with another label: serial predator.

A self-described “avid golfer, keen photographer, fisherman and runner,” Williams enrolled in the Canadian Forces in 1987 after earning an economics and political science degree from the University of Toronto. He received his flying wings in 1990 and two years later was posted to 434 (Combat Support) Squadron in Shearwater, where he flew the CC144 Challenger in the electronic warfare/coastal patrol role. He was subsequently posted to 412 (Transport) Squadron in Ottawa, where he continued to fly the Challenger, this time hauling VIPs. Promoted to major in 1999 and lieutenant-colonel in 2004, he also served as commanding officer at Camp Mirage, the ultra-secretive forward logistics base that the government has never officially acknowledged, but is widely reported to be in Dubai. In January 2009, he was posted to the Canadian Forces Language School in Gatineau, Que., for a six-month period of French training, his last step before Trenton.”

"February 4, 2012
Does Obama really lack cool phones?
In April last year, US president Obama told some fundraisers that he was disappointed by the communications equipment he found in the White House:

"I always thought I was gonna have like really cool phones and stuff," he said during a Q&A session with contributors at a fund-raising meeting in Chicago on April 14, 2011.

"We can't get our phones to work." Acting out his exasperation, he said: "Come on, guys. I'm the president of the United States! Where's the fancy buttons and stuff and the big screen comes up? It doesn't happen."

Obama made these remarks after the press pool had left and may not have realized some reporters back at the White House could still hear his comments. The president was probably responding to a question about bottlenecks in technological innovation and he used his White House experience as an example.

A lot of people would probably like to believe these remarks of the president, symbolizing the outdated state of the federal government. But in fact, what Obama said, isn't quite true.

In 2006-2007 president George W. Bush had the White House Situation Room completely renovated, providing it with state-of-the-art communications facilities. Since then the real Situation Room has all the phones and videoscreens and other stuff, which was before only seen in movies. …

This series, which was broadcasted between 2001 and 2010, shaped people's imagination of the presidency and was in many ways a forerunner of reality. For example there was a popular black president (David Palmer) years before Obama was elected, and much of the fancy communications equipment from the series, like video teleconferencing, was implemented in the real White House Situation Room in 2007. And now the real president also has the same cool Cisco phone as the heroes used in the tv-series. So, as we have seen, Obama didn't really tell the truth. The story he told the fundraisers was true during the beginning of the Bush administration, but not during his. Obama actually has some quite cool phones at his disposal, but maybe the only thing is that he just doesn't realize that."


Yours sincerely,

Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971; Forensic Economist; 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot; 23,000 hours of safety; Tel: 715 307 8222

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#2138 Marine Links Serco’s Red Switch RAF Bypass to The Cake Boy Situation Room, Extortion 17 Wrongful Deaths

Abel Danger - Wed, 10/08/2014 - 00:27
Plum City - (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco's bypass operations of the U.S. Defense Red Switch Network at RAF Oakhanger to the White House Situation Room which was allegedly used to allow a Down Low Club Cake Boy named Barack Obama to deny any responsibility for the wrongful deaths of 17 Navy SEALs, 29 other Americans and 7 unidentified Afghan commandos in the Extortion 17 helicopter crash of 6 August, 2011 in a battle space then owned by TF Warrior led by Lt. Col. Thomas S. Rickard.

"To this day, people in Chicago are still scared about being murdered for talking about Barack Obama being gay or about what goes on at Trinity United with the still-active "Down Low Club". Young, gay, black men are mentored into the club and are eventually paired up with often unattractive and difficult to deal with straight black women who never have boyfriends (since guys don't want to have anything to do with them). A friend of mine in the "Think Squad" of prominent black professionals I talk to regularly calls these women "heifers" and says it's very common for "cake boys" to be paired up with "heifers" so that "dummies are fooled" into thinking they are straight."

McConnell claims that Serco's National Security Adviser Maureen Baginski structured the White House Cake Boy Situation Room – and its equivalents at 4 or 5 star hotels around the world – so the likes of Obama could fool himself and others that he is or was in charge of operations such as the one where RAF Oakhanger allegedly imputed waypoints for the helicopter flight plan which took Extortion 17 into an ambush less than a mile from the base just vacated by Lt. Col. Rickard.

McConnell claims that Serco is operating the RAF Oakhanger Red Switch bypass within a global matrix of Cake Boy Situation Rooms in an attempt to replace heterosexual leaders of sovereign governments with homosexual pedophiles embedded in the self-styled Islamic State (IS or ISIS).

McConnell alleges that Serco coordinated the Extortion 17 ambush through a Cake Boy Situation Room at Camp Mirage, Dubai, UAE, where it appears to have deployed the Canadian airborne E/W expert Russell Williams to establish a trading post for jockey boys to entrap and extort of leaders of the Arab Gulf States who are now being blackmailed into funding ISIS pedophiles as they torture, murder and enslave heterosexual men, women and children throughout Syria and Iraq.

McConnell recommends that Serco shares be suspended until Abel Danger has completed its investigation into Red Switch bypassing of Cake Boy Situation Rooms and helped the families to prepare a class action suit for damages in re the wrongful deaths of the Extortion 17 victims.

Prequel 1: #2137 Marine Links Serco's White-House Cake-Boy Red-Switch Bypass to Navy SEALs TF Warrior Wrongful Deaths

Inside the White House: The Situation Room

Betrayal & Cover-Up: The Murder Of Seal Team 6

Výcvik Anglie - fire training center SERCO

"All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near."

"Extortion 17 Navy SEALs – Family Still Seeks AnswersPosted by / In Politics / July 17, 2013The parents of Aaron Vaughn, one of the extraordinary men killed on 6 August, 2011 in Afghanistan, in the Op known as Extortion 17, appeared Tuesday night on Cowboy Logic Radio to speak about their continued search for answers in their son’s death. Aaron, son of Billy and Karen Vaughn, a Navy SEAL from SEAL Team VI DEVGRU, along with 16 other SEALs and 29 other Americans, was killed in a fiery Chinook crash that night in the Tangi River Valley. Sent to assist a group of Rangers, the crew of 38 consisted of Navy SEALs, other US Spec Ops forces, one US military war dog, and 7 Afghan commandos. One of the great mysteries of that night in 2011 involved the Afghan commandos. At the last minute, the men previously named and documented to board, were substituted with other men. In fact, the change was so late, that the wrong families were informed their sons had died and had to be told that actually their sons were alive. To this day, even after receiving all 1,250 plus pages of documents from the redacted, now declassified CENTCOM report, and reading them thoroughly, as well as meeting with several high level military officials, Billy and Karen Vaughn still have no answer as to who the Afghan commandos were that were actually on board the Chinook, whether or not they were true allies or suicide bombers, or who exactly issued the order to remove them and substitute the 7 who really flew that night with their son and other US servicemen to their deaths."

New military hotline directly links top brass to U.S.$20M project, called Defence Red Switch Network, to be used in times of war, crisisDavid Pugliese, The Ottawa CitizenPublished: Saturday, January 14, 2006Canada is installing a hotline that will allow military brass and politicians to talk with their American counterparts during a time of war or in any other crisis.

About $20 million is being spent on what is called the Defence Red Switch Network. The communications system is already running in some locations, including the defence minister's office and other undisclosed sites for the military's senior leadership. The system will provide a link for the Canadian government to various U.S. military headquarters as well as the North American Aerospace Defence Command, the joint U.S.-Canada alliance that monitors air and space approaches to the continent.

After the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, there was criticism that senior Canadian officials, including then-prime minister Jean Chretien, were out of the communications loop during the initial stages of the terrorist strike.

The Citizen obtained documents on the red switch network under the access to information law, but Defence Department officials censored almost all details. They claimed releasing the material would be "injurious" to the defence of Canada, its international relations, as well as the detection of subversive or hostile activities.

The newspaper, however, found the details of the supposedly secret network, including its cost to taxpayers, on the department's own public webpage. Details of a similar system that would allow U.S. President George W. Bush to communicate with his top level commanders was also on a Pentagon webpage.


Canadian military officials were not available to explain why information about the network is considered secret when such details have already been put out in the public domain by both the U.S. and Canada.

The red switch network is considered secure, meaning that it has technology to prevent its transmissions from being monitored or intercepted. Presumably the Canadian system can link up with the president's network.

Martin Shadwick, a strategic studies professor with York University, said such a system makes sense in that Canada and the U.S. share a common goal in protecting North America. He noted that similar communications systems existed during the Cold War.

But analyst Steve Staples said the hotline is another example of the growing integration of the U.S. and Canadian militaries and the increased involvement of the Canadian Forces in American-led operations. "This system just allows the Canadian military and government leaders to get their orders from Washington more quickly," said Mr. Staples, an analyst with the Ottawa-based Polaris Institute.

The Citizen requested information on the red switch network almost four weeks ago, but military officials have not been available to comment.

But according to the Defence webpage, the network "allows access to the U.S. system (Forces wide) and will enhance north/south and internal connectivity -- particularly during times of crisis."

According to a Pentagon site, the network provides the president, secretary of defence, joint chiefs of staff, combatant commanders and selected agencies with secure voice communications up to the top secret level. The system is for use during war and other emergencies. Other U.S. defence and federal government agencies can access the network if they have approval from the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, according to the site."

Col. Russell Williams' double life?Top officer facing murder charges commanded Canada's largest air base, flew top diplomatsMichael FriscolantiFebruary 8, 2010The commander of one of Canada’s largest military bases is in a prison cell today, accused of murdering two Ontario women—including a fellow service member—and sexually assaulting two others.

Col. Russell Williams, a career air force officer, was the top man at CFB Trenton, the same Ontario base that has welcomed home the flag-draped caskets of every Canadian soldier killed in Afghanistan. But on Sunday night, police slapped him with another label: serial predator. A self-described “avid golfer, keen photographer, fisherman and runner,” Williams enrolled in the Canadian Forces in 1987 after earning an economics and political science degree from the University of Toronto. He received his flying wings in 1990 and two years later was posted to 434 (Combat Support) Squadron in Shearwater, where he flew the CC144 Challenger in the electronic warfare/coastal patrol role. He was subsequently posted to 412 (Transport) Squadron in Ottawa, where he continued to fly the Challenger, this time hauling VIPs. Promoted to major in 1999 and lieutenant-colonel in 2004, he also served as commanding officer at Camp Mirage, the ultra-secretive forward logistics base that the government has never officially acknowledged, but is widely reported to be in Dubai. In January 2009, he was posted to the Canadian Forces Language School in Gatineau, Que., for a six-month period of French training, his last step before Trenton.”"[British Company Serco – under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office in the United Kingdom for Crossed Key tagging of prisoners – operates Defense Red Switch Network for United States!] … Building a State-of-the-Practice Data Communications Network To create a state-of-the-practice data communications network required Serco to engineer different solutions for each of the AFSCN's [Air Force Satellite Control Network] unique locations. Each ground station around the world had to be surveyed in order to develop detailed installation plans, project support agreements and testing plans.

Furthermore, to assure communications reliability between the ground station and the operational control nodes, Serco also had to conduct a complete circuit testing exercise.

After completing the survey, Serco's team continued with their due diligence, for developing and implementing a state-of-the-practice solution, by conducting circuit, system verification and integration, installation and checkout testing for each of the ground stations, including those located at Diego Garcia, in British Indian Ocean Territory, the Royal Air Force Base in Oakhanger, England 
[functions treasonously transferred to Airbus] and the Anderson AFB, in Guam.

In developing this enhanced voice and data communications network, Serco’s team engineered and implemented an ATM backbone and secure voice system for each of the AFSCN ground stations. The installed network was based on a Wide Area Network (WAN) architecture utilizing IP based network capabilities and proprietary secure communication technologies such as KG-75s, KG-84S and KIV-7s. Serco ensured Defense Red Switch Network connectivity and operations throughout the AFSCN."


February 4, 2012Does Obama really lack cool phones?In April last year, US president Obama told some fundraisers that he was disappointed by the communications equipment he found in the White House:

"I always thought I was gonna have like really cool phones and stuff," he said during a Q&A session with contributors at a fund-raising meeting in Chicago on April 14, 2011.

"We can't get our phones to work." Acting out his exasperation, he said: "Come on, guys. I'm the president of the United States! Where's the fancy buttons and stuff and the big screen comes up? It doesn't happen."

Obama made these remarks after the press pool had left and may not have realized some reporters back at the White House could still hear his comments. The president was probably responding to a question about bottlenecks in technological innovation and he used his White House experience as an example.

A lot of people would probably like to believe these remarks of the president, symbolizing the outdated state of the federal government. But in fact, what Obama said, isn't quite true.In 2006-2007 president George W. Bush had the White House Situation Room completely renovated, providing it with state-of-the-art communications facilities. Since then the real Situation Room has all the phones and videoscreens and other stuff, which was before only seen in movies.Also, when Obama took over the office in January 2009, he found quite a cool phone on the presidential desk in the Oval Office: an Integrated Services Telephone 2, or IST-2. This is a so called red phone (I'll explain that term in a later blog post) capable of making both secure and non-secure calls from one single instrument:



Not a cool phone? An IST-2 telephone on Obama's desk, March 29, 2009
(White House photo by Pete Souza)
The IST-2 was installed in the White House in 2007. It's a phone specially designed for the US Defense Red Switch Network (DRSN), which connects the president and the Pentagon with all major military command centers. These new phones were part of an upgrade of the communications system, which became necessary after some serious communication problems occurred during the 9/11 attacks.

Therefore, the problems caused by outdated equipment should have been solved under president Bush. This would leave nothing to complain about for Obama anymore.

But there's an other interesting fact. Only a few weeks before Obama made his aforementioned remarks in April 2011, the rather rare IST-phone had just been replaced by two more ordinary sets:

The Cisco 7975 and the Lucent 8520 on Obama's desk, July 31, 2011
Also on the desk appears to be the 
iPad Obama got from Steve Jobs in May 2011
(White House photo by Pete Souza)
Now we see a Cisco 7975G Unified IP Phone (with expansion module 7916) behind a Avaya/Lucent 8520T on Obama's desk. This Lucent phone is from the most widely used business phone series worldwide, but is dating back to the mid-nineties. The Cisco 7975G is a VoIP (Voice over IP) telephone, and as such also one of the most widely used.

Both are high-end multiline models, with many functions and large displays, with the Cisco one even having a full colour touchscreen. This phone is also "cool", not because of having the military grade specifications or the exclusiveness like the IST-2, but because the phone (and its ringtone in particular) became an almost iconic item from the highly popular tv-series 24:
A Cisco 7970 IP Phone used in the CTU operations center in the tv-series 24
(screen cap by www.24tv.de)
This series, which was broadcasted between 2001 and 2010, shaped people's imagination of the presidency and was in many ways a forerunner of reality. For example there was a popular black president (David Palmer) years before Obama was elected, and much of the fancy communications equipment from the series, like video teleconferencing, was implemented in the real White House Situation Room in 2007. And now the real president also has the same cool Cisco phone as the heroes used in the tv-series.

So, as we have seen, Obama didn't really tell the truth. The story he told the fundraisers was true during the beginning of the Bush administration, but not during his. Obama actually has some quite cool phones at his disposal, but maybe the only thing is that he just doesn't realize that ;-)

  Links


- Report on CBS News: 
Obama laments lack of "cool phones" at the White House
- About the renovation of the 
White House Situation Room
- Pictures of more "Obama Phones" at 
Cryptome.org
- Dutch article about Obama's gadgets at 
ZDNet.nl
- Extensive German fanpage of the 
24-series"

"A Handover Gone Wrong: How COP Tangi Was LostThis is the tale of a transition gone wrong. It’s the story of a combat outpost lost to the enemy. Most importantly, it is a stern warning to the coalition and the Afghans involved. If readiness, capacities and capabilities of the ANSF aren’t factored into the equation, if conditions on the ground are ignored due to strategic or political pressure and if the ANSF are left without without coordinated follow-up support by the coalition, the whole transition effort is put into jeopardy.

Based on a Washington Post article report and my own experiences, I recently provided some analysis and commentary on the situation in the Jalrez valley. As noted, the strategic importance of this region cannot be understated. It’s not a coincidence that the last major offensive of the war, involving an entire U.S. combat brigade, is taking place just south of Wardak in Ghazni province. This influx of additional troops to the area, which was cast as a second-rate theater during the height of the troops surge, will enable the coalition to mount a number of large-scale clearing operations and solidify any gains in the process. However, once the deployment of those troops comes to an end, it if far from clear if the ANSF are ready to fill the gap.

In Wardak, U.S. troops levels are already thinning. As a consequence, the capacity of the coalition to provide material and operational follow-up support to the ANSF is reduced significantly. This, combined with the apparent lack of readiness on behalf of the ANSF to sustain themselves has already led to the loss of one combat outpost (COP) in the Tangi valley, almost immediately after it was handed over. This puts the capacity of the ANSF to hold other outposts in contested areas into doubt. In any case, it is worth taking a closer look at the surrounding circumstances of this handover gone wrong. Even though the transfer of COP Tangi was not part of the transition process that is led by the Joint Afghan-NATO Inteqal Board (JANIB), the case perfectly illustrates the challenges that lie ahead.

Why does the case of COP Tangi matter? Shortly after COP Tangi was handed over, the ANP who were tasked with holding it abandoned the base. As a consequence, insurgents took over and continued to operate in the area more freely than ever. Coalition forces still patrolled in the valley, but they weren’t able to make up for the lost ground and the inability of the ANSF to keep it. Insurgents controlled the area now.

In July 2011, three months after it was abandoned by the ANP, a CH-47 Chinook was shot down by insurgents at a distance of less than a mile from the outpost. 30 U.S. troops, among them several Navy SEALS, and 8 Afghans perished. Even though it’s pointless to speculate, it is entirely within the realm of possibilities that with COP Tangi still under U.S. or ANSF control, the mission to insert the SEALS and their Afghan counterparts wouldn’t have been deemed necessary in the first place.

From U.S. to ANP to Taliban hands in a matter of daysThe transfer of COP Tangi from U.S. military control to the ANSF and more specifically the ANP was scheduled to take place in April 2011. A glowing U.S. Army press release offered a few yet crucial details on the effort. It cited Lt. Col. Thomas S. Rickard, commander of TF Warrior, which was the battlespace owner at the time:

"As we lose U.S. personnel, we have to concentrate on the greater populations,” said Rickard."U.S. forces will still patrol the area,” said Rickard. “We are going to continue to hunt insurgents in Tangi and prevent them from having a safe haven."

ANSF will soon run COP Tangi, and TF Warrior will increase operations in Chak [district]. If this trend continues, within a few years, local residents in Chak will be able to look solely toward other Afghans for security and guidance, said Rickard. [...]

"The Afghan National Police have already demonstrated their resolve by placing permanent check points at each end of the valley." [...]

"The MOD (Ministry of Defense) and the ANA (Afghan National Army) made the decision to move forces into Chak,” said Rickard.

As it turned out, things didn’t go according to plan. The Tangi Valley became exactly what it wasn’t supposed to be: A Taliban safe haven. The New York Times reported that Taliban seized ground around the COP almost as soon as it was transferred to the ANP:

Within days of the transition, the Taliban raised their flag near the outpost, said a NATO official familiar with the situation. Afghan security forces remained in the area but were no match for the Taliban, the official said.

Alam Gul, who was chief of the local council in Sayed Abad district at the time reported what happened next:

They [the U.S. military] took their expensive equipment, but left other items, like freezers, Gul said. The Taliban retrieved the items and had a yard sale, he said. Afghans from the surrounding area came to shop.

As the plan to readjust the focus on another district seems to have originated within the ranks of the ANA, it is unlikely that the ANP gave up the base due to a strategically motivated decision. After all, there were no plans to close down the base. It is likely they simply abandoned it out of fear or a lack of capacity. Ultimately, leaving responsibility for this outpost to the ANP without ensuring it would remain under their control is to be considered a failure. In any case, if a base is almost taken over just days after being transferred to the ANSF, then this warrants a closer look.

What went wrong with the handover of COP Tangi?

COP Tangi was set up to establish a presence in the valley with the goal of denying the insurgents terrain and to reach out to the local population. In retrospect, the establishment of COP Tangi was a sign of the times. It was set up when troop levels began to rise in 2010 and a population-centric COIN doctrine was being touted as the key to stability by General Stanley A. McChrystal, who had assumed the post of COMISAF in 2009. Three years later, transition or Afghanization are being touted as the way to the exit and steadily declining troops levels render the maintenance of a combat outpost in a sparsely populated yet highly hostile area unfeasible.

In 2011, after about three years of continuous fighting in the valley and against the backdrop of reduced force levels and a transition-process that was well underway, it became evident that in the long run, it wouldn’t be sustainable to keep COP Tangi any longer. Lt. Col. Rickard, the commander of TF Warrior clearly stated the rationale behind handing over the outpost – a desire to focus operations on a more populated district, as stipulated by population-centric COIN doctrine. He claims the decision to readjust the focus had originated somewhere within the ANA chain of command and the MoD in Kabul. While this decision was most likely born out of strategic necessity, it may also be seen as a subtle admission that efforts to reach out to the population and bring stability to the area hadn’t gone anywhere in the Tangi valley.

It is unlikely that in the run-up to the handover of COP Tangi, Lt. Col. Rickard wasn’t fully aware of the composition, capability and determination of the insurgent forces in the area. After all, the Tangi valley had been an insurgent hub ever since troops from 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division first entered and subsequently established a presence in the area in 2009 – 2010. For most of those who followed their footsteps, including Rickard’s men, the deployment was a constant battle against a determined insurgent force. The enemy wasn’t the unknown factor in this equation. It was the ANSF.

An interesting aspect of this story is the fact that the ANP and not the ANA were chosen to take over responsibility for COP Tangi. Usually, the ANP are equipped with light to medium firearms and weapons such as AK variants, RPKs, PK machine guns, RPGs and occasionally, a truck-mounted DShK machine gun. Generally, they don’t have any armored vehicles. After all, they are a police force, tasked with regular police work, at least on paper. Fighting battle-hardened and determined insurgent forces isn’t their purpose, though even more often than not, this is exactly what they do.It makes sense to put the ANP in charge of checkpoints or police stations within territory that is controlled by the ANA and coalition forces, thus enabling those forces to maneuver on the enemy. In the case of COP Tangi, it is puzzling the ANP were placed in charge of an outpost that lay in the center of heavily contested territory. One possibility is the lack of ANA troops to hold the outpost – after all, they were scheduled to deploy to a neighboring district. Another possibility is that the ANA chain of command was seeking a convenient way not to do what they were supposed to: To shoulder security responsibility for this particular stretch of land. Placing the ANP in charge would be an easy way out.  It is noteworthy that there have been long-standing tensions in Wardak between the ANA, the ANP and the NDS due to their overlapping mandates and tasks, but more importantly due to their different political affiliations. Of course, while entirely conceivable, this possibility can’t be corroborated and thus remains in the realm of speculation.

Different possibilities, same outcome: The ANP lose COP TangiRegarding the botched handover, there are several distinct possibilities. First, Lt. Col Rickard and his staff knew the ANP weren’t up for the task of holding COP Tangi, either due to a lack of capacity or will. In that case, he most likely would have raised the issue with his chain of command, who in turn would have alarmed the Afghans at some point with the intent to get them to reconsider moving their troops elsewhere. However, it was still decided the ANP would take over responsibility. As his statements above indicate, it was clear to Rickard that a prolonged presence in the valley was no longer feasible. Leaving the outpost to the ANP was a risk he was either forced or willing to take. Engaging in a photo-op while touring the base with the individual who would shortly after cede it to the Taliban might either be interpreted as a brazen move or as an indicator of his cluelessness that trouble was afoot. In either case, the issue leaves Rickard in a bad light.

The second possibility is equally unsettling. Lt. Col. Rickard and his staff actually thought the ANP were able to hold the outpost. This sounds odd at first, but it is a real possibility. U.S. Army commanders use the Commanders Unit Assessment Tool or CUAT to rate the individual ANSF units they’re mentoring or partnering with. Basically, it is a document that features different quantitative and qualitative metrics to rate an individual military unit or security force. It replaced the overly qualitative and inaccurate Capability Milestone (CM) rating system. While it has a higher potential that the CM rating system, it still has its flaws.

Most importantly, the CUAT doesn’t amount to an unbiased and independent assessment tool. Essentially, it reflects the performance of the ANSF as perceived by their U.S. counterparts. Any CUAT may very well be tweaked to reflect more positive results than reality would actually merit. The context is that U.S. military field grade officers are under a lot of pressure to report positive news to the higher-ups in the chain of command if they are to advance their career. The temptation to put a spin on virtually every aspect that is reported to superiors or the press is omnipresent. The overly positive tone in the press release as cited above may serve as such an example. This tendency, coupled with a sense of detachment from reality on the ground can lead to flawed assessments and ultimately, to mistakes. The bottom line is: Whatever rating system was used to assess the ANP at COP Tangi, there is a real possibility this assessment was flawed, thus leading to the very real belief among U.S. commanders the ANP would be able to hold out.

To make one thing abundantly clear: I am not implying any wrongdoing on behalf of Lt. Col. Rickart and his subordinates. There is absolutely no evidence Lt. Col. Rickard and his staff have engaged in any deceitful activities. I am merely pointing out facts and possibilities that are based on my knowledge and my experiences as a reporter who has spent a significant amount of time with the U.S. military in Afghanistan.

And there is a third and rather unflattering possibility. Lt. Col Rickart may have been hoodwinked by Abdul Ghafoor Aziz, the ANP district police chief. Sayed Abad district is fraught with countless land and water rights conflicts that pit different clans and tribes in this area against each other. Consequently, the post of district police chief is akin to navigating mine fields on a daily basis. According to this grotesquely glossy press release, Abdul Ghafoor Aziz has held this position sine 2010, which is enough time to figure out if the forces he commands can prevail against the Taliban.It can be assumed Col. Ghafoor knew what lay ahead once he was left with responsibility for COP Tangi. If he abandoned the post on his own or with the knowledge of his chain of command remains unclear.

ANP abandoned a mission it shouldn’t have been given in the first placeOne dynamic that can be observed here as well as elsewhere is that as soon as insurgent pressure reaches a certain threshold, the ANSF tend to cave in and cede ground. The bottom line is, once ground is ceded, insurgents almost immediately filter back in and take control, rendering any venture into the territory a dangerous mission for the ANSF and coalition forces. No matter how smoothly the transition process may be going – if the end state is to have the ANSF in control of territory, then it is already evident this goal will not be attained in all of Afghanistan.

Was there anything that could have been done to keep COP Tangi? Technically, the answer is yes. With a sustained coalition presence, the outpost would have never been lost in the first place. Due to the strategic realignment as initiated by the ANA chain of command and the drawdown of coalition forces, this was never really an option. Consequently, the ANP lost the outpost. If their readiness to assume responsibility was either misjudged or of secondary concern remains unclear. In any case, the capacities and capabilities of the ANSF should be the primary concern before additional security responsibility is handed over.

There is a chance that with proper coordination and sustained follow-up support, the ANP would have considered holding COP Tangi. As it turned out, the rather vague promise of future coalition patrols wasn’t enough to make the ANP keep its end of the bargain. An embedded coalition adviser team could have made a difference here, providing access to communications, surveillance, close air support and coalition backup should things heat up. As it seems, the ANP at COP Tangi were left high and dry. Coalition forces who hand over security responsibilities are well-advised to ensure material and operational follow-up support is provided or they risk the ANSF losing ground to the enemy.

In the end, holding COP Tangi against all odds – the prowess of the insurgents in the valley was well known to both the U.S. military and the ANSF – was a task the ANP should have never shouldered. Most likely, it was a task it never wanted. They knew they wouldn’t be able to hold out very long, so they bailed. In the end, the failure to hold this outpost enabled the insurgents to establish control over the area. The consequences became brutally clear three months later. 38 made the ultimate sacrifice; less than a mile from outpost away.

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RAF Oakhanger was the home of No 1001 Signal Unit, responsible for supporting satellite communications services for the British Armed Forces worldwide. The unit was made up of four sub-units; Space Operations, Ground Operations, Telemetry and Control and Support with subordinate detachments based at RAF Rudloe ManorRAF Colerne and RAF Defford. Command and Control of the system was conducted from Oakhanger, with a planning unit based at Rudloe Manor, co-located with No1 Signal Unit and Controller Defence Communication Network. The Colerne and Defford detachments provided a ground anchoring capability for the communications spacecraft. The Defford detachment was managed by the Defence Evaluation and Research Agency, later QinetiQ.

Space Squadron was responsible for flying a constellation of Skynet satellites, up to the fourth iteration of six space vehicles which supported ArmyRoyal Navy and Royal Air Force units. The space vehicles were controlled on a permanent basis from Oakhanger with command and control traffic being passed from one of the three ground stations. Space Squadron also controlled the flight of space vehicles on behalf of NATO, with an earth station at the nearby NATO ground terminal. The constellation comprised geosynchronous satellites, providing Earth coverage and higher power coverage over Northern Europe.

Ground services took responsibility for planning the routing of traffic via the space vehicles, from a number of locations in the United Kingdom to either stationary ground terminals such as GermanyCyprusAscension Islandand the Falkland Islands or tactical ground terminals, mounted in ships or vehicles and operated by Tactical Communications Wing, 30 Signal Regiment, 16 Signal Regiment, 264 (SAS) Signal Squadron or the Royal Marines Signal Squadrons.[2]

Current use[edit]

Support to British military satellite communications was outsourced to EADS Astrium subsidiary companyParadigm Secure Communications in 2003 in a Private Finance Initiative arrangement. The station was subsequently decommissioned, closed and handed over to Paradigm at that time. Paradigm Secure Communications is now known as Astrium Services.The three sites are now designated Telemetry & Command Station Oakhanger, Satellite Ground Station Oakhanger and Satellite Ground Terminal F4 (operated on behalf of NATO). The sites are now used to support the Skynet 5 constellation."

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Building Trojan Triangles aka "Logical Island" after Rome - It's the City of London That Are the Communists - British Commonwealth of Nations Inserted Itself Into America Under "Reinvention" - Governments and Corporations Working Together Results In...

Abel Danger - Tue, 10/07/2014 - 15:53
Source: ChannelingReality

The Refugee Weapons SystemPart 3 In the Shadows of the Zone
At some point while researching the redesign of our government with for-profit corporations leading the effort in a "partnership" with government, these thoughts occurred to me:

Government can do anything authorized by law
Corporations and non-profits can do anything not prohibited by law

If you have "partnerships" between government and private organizations – whether profit or non-profit, there is no limit to what they can do together. The result is fascism and that leads to a totalitarian state as the private organizations gain power to influence policy in their own self-interest and they seek to hold that power at all costs.

With that as a backdrop, I spoke with Tom Shanahan, Public Information Officer with the Idaho State Department of Health and Welfare today. What I found out is that the Idaho District Health Offices are "independent agencies" which means they are private organizations. They are not part of the state.

They are a creation of regional county associations. Their budget is somewhere in the vicinity of $90 million with all of it provided by HHS except for about $6 million that is provided by the state.

They contract with the state and federal government to provide services. It wasn’t quite clear how the money flows – whether the state gets the money from the FEDS and passes it though to the Districts or if the Districts get the money directly. It doesn’t much matter. It only matters to know that they are private organizations that by all appearances were divisions of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.

I didn’t really set out to look at the District Health Offices. I was trying to find out about the relationship between the Idaho Office for Refugees and the State of Idaho.

As it turns out, the Idaho Office for Refugees (IOR) is again a private non-profit that administers the Refugee program for the FEDS but they are, according Patty Haller, Assistant Director of the IOR, they are a subsidiary arm of the Mountain States Group.

Mountain States Group
The Mountain States Group is a private social services company. On their front page, they list their mission as "Community Resource Development". They contract with both the state and the federal government to provide social services. On their 2010-990 form, they list their mission as being "to improve the delivery accessibility, and quality of health care and social services". In other words they are socialist changes agents hired by the federal government through grant programs. Recall what I said above about the law being the limits on government power coupled with the virtually unlimited power of a private organization because the "partnership" between Mountain States Group and our state and federal governments is a classic example. They have no real private sector customers – they work for the government in a corporate capacity.

Time out for a detour...

Mountain States went into business in 1974 and in 1975, Idaho Governor John Evans cooperated in the federal government’s request to help resettle the first wave of boat people from Viet Nam.

The impression given to the people of this country (because I remember) was that taking the people from Viet Nam was a one-time deal – because they were allegedly helping us to fight communism. Some forty years later, I realize now what a BIG LIE – and a joke that was. It's the City of London that are the Communists – "Commonists" as they should be called. They've been at war with the United States since the Revolutionary War. It never ended and it will never end. (Is it too late for a blitzkreig?) Note that I said specifically, the City of London – and not the UK. The City of London is first "Trojan Triangle" aka "Logical Island" after Rome. The concept of the logical island which was imported to this country from the City of London first in the form of the Foreign Trade Zone then building on the concept with the Enterprise Zone and Intermodal Commerce Zone – and ultimately, international port both sea and inland.

A 1945 article published by Foreign Affairs titled The British Commonwealth As a Great Power
First, what is the Great Power with which we have to deal? Is it Britain, or the British Commonwealth? .... Or if the Great Power is not Britain but the British Commonwealth of Nations, just what is this Commonwealth? .... How the British Commonwealth will fit into the regional security arrangements provided for in Chapter VIII, Section C, of the Dumbarton Oaks proposals is not yet clear. It has long been a cardinal principle of the members of the British Commonwealth that it forms a true regional security organization. Its states were built by seaward expansion, its roads are the sea, and now also the far more direct ways of the air. It has been built up historically by an expansion of peoples, covering exactly the same span of time and fully comparable to that of the two great land federations, the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The landward expansion of these last two peoples produced great federal states; whereas the seaward expansion of Britain produced a unique international family system which in the great recurring crises of history has shown no less solidarity and an equal patriotism. Mr. Curtin said on May 4 last year that "the British Commonwealth has shown itself as the most effective structure for regional security the world has ever known and it is in every country's interest and in the interest of any general security scheme that that structure should be maintained and, if possible, strengthened." This is entirely compatible with local regional consolidation in the South Seas under the Australian-New Zealand. So why would I make a big deal about the British Commonwealth of Nations? Because they inserted themselves into the "reinvention" of our government – via Canada. This was documented in The Jigsaw Puzzle – Part 8 of the documentation on the Reinvention of Government.

With the assistance of traitors in our own government, an almost perfect pincer movement was executed for a coup d'etat on our government. First, there was the "domestic terrorism" which resulted in the Clinton Initiatives for 'protection of the infrastructure' the elements of which are the technologically enabled police state – fusion centers and surveillance. The "privatization of government" combined with the treaty that created the World Trade Organization – "free movement of goods and trade in services" with national treatment given to foreign firms... combined with the treason of Harris Miller, an immigration attorney involved with writing immigration law, working with the Indians (India is a Commonwealth country) to ready them for H-1B importation of "services" – taking jobs away from American IT people... plus the icing on the cake, Harris Miller as the CEO of the Information Technology Associates of America being selected to be the sector-leader for the critical infrastructure protection initiative.... and within a few years... America is no longer America. And skipping ahead a bit, Boise, Idaho is being swarmed by Communists with Twin Falls running a close second – by contract.

Directory of Idaho Human Relations Groups, 2007

And the refugee resettlement program combined with the EB-5 visa program plus the aiding and abetting of illegals constitutes a stealth occupation and takeover of Idaho. And if saying that gets me killed... then so be it. At least you will know why.

Vicky Davis
October 7, 1014

Further reading:

Written testimony of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Refugee, Asylum & International Operations Directorate Refugee Affairs Division Chief Barbara Strack for a House Committee on Homeland Security, Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence hearing titled "Terrorist Exploitation of Refugee Programs"
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Source: Breitbart

US Catholic Bishops to Receive $4 Million Federal Grant for Legal Aid to Unaccompanied Illegal Minors

by Dr. Susan Berry
4 Oct 2014

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is funneling $4 million over the next two years to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' (USCCB) Office of Refugee Resettlement to provide legal representation for 2,600 unaccompanied illegal minors.

"I think it's a recognition that many of these children have valid protection claims and they need legal representation," Kevin Appleby of the USCCB told MSNBC. "It is a result of advocacy and raising awareness about why these children are coming and why they're fleeing."

As Breitbart News reported Wednesday, a grant in a similar amount will be provided to the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants also to pay for legal services for unaccompanied illegal minors.

The U.S. Catholic Bishops' Migration and Refugee Services (MRS) states that it is "the largest resettlement agency in the United States."

According to the MRS's most recent annual report, "Upwards of 90,000" young illegal immigrants were projected to arrive between October 1, 2013, and September 30, 2014.

Additionally, MRS showed a total budget of approximately $71 million, of which nearly $66 million – or about 93% – has come from federal grants and contracts.

Because the USCCB accepts federal contracts and funding, it may be subject to federal laws and, especially in the case of President Barack Obama, executive orders, that may conflict with Catholic teaching and from which there is no exemption.

For example, as Breitbart News reported in July, a recent statement from the USCCB asserted that Obama's executive order barring federal contract recipients from any form of discrimination against LGBT employees "should be opposed."

"As a result, even contractors that disregard sexual inclination in employment face the possibility of exclusion from federal contracting if their employment policies or practices reflect religious or moral objections to extramarital sexual conduct," the bishops said, and added that the executive order "also needlessly prefers conflict and exclusion over coexistence and cooperation."

Nevertheless, the bishops show no inclination to address whether they should be "coexisting" and "cooperating" with the federal government in the first place.

Phil Lawler, editor of Catholic World News (CWN), seemed to think the bishops' call to "oppose" the executive order was unrealistic.

"[T]here is no point in a lobbying campaign,” he writes. "Maybe the bishops could organize a letter-writing campaign, hoping to change the President's mind, but anyone who has been watching this show for the past six years realizes that would be a waste of time and energy."

Lawler suggested instead that the bishops simply stop taking federal contracts.

"President Obama doesn’t want help from the Catholic Church. Say it's a deal; don’t give him any."

The bishops, however, have a history of "coexisting" and “cooperating” with the government.

In November of last year, Breitbart News reported that the bishops' MRS had revised and expanded its training to workers in federally funded refugee resettlement programs to “address the needs of particularly vulnerable groups of children, including youth who may be gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered."

Updated Bridging Refugee Youth and Children's Services (BRYCS) training manuals, published by the USCCB and funded with a grant from HHS, advise staff members on how to be sensitive to the sexual needs of LGBT young migrants while they make "no reference to moral law or the practice of virtue," as CWN observed.

"Imagine the chaos that would ensue if 'the largest resettlement agency in the United States' – the bishops' MRS office – withdrew from that effort," Lawler wrote. "For decades, some concerned Catholics have warned that by accepting (and, more important, energetically lobbying for) government support, Catholic charities have compromised their independence. President Obama has now illustrated that point."

Given that, from its annual report, the bishops' MRS program would shrink down to almost nothing without federal grants, Lawler concluded, “What would be left would be a recognizably Catholic charity, not a federal program administered through the bishops’ conference.”

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) was critical of the Obama administration’s move to award the grants by circumventing Congress.

"To end the surge at the border, the Obama administration should instead focus its efforts on deterring future border crossers and enforcing the laws against illegal entry into the United States," Goodlatte said. "Without such actions, the flood of people attempting to cross the border illegally will only continue."

Additionally, some members of Congress said the move by the Obama administration is illegal, and pointed to provisions in federal law that say aliens going through immigration proceedings can hire lawyers "at no expense to the government."

Analysts at the Congressional Research Service, however, observed that no court has accepted that argument, and claimed the language means that while immigrants are not entitled to a government-sponsored lawyer, the administration is not barred from making one available to them.
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#2137 Marine Links Serco’s White-House Cake-Boy Red-Switch Bypass to Navy SEALs TF Warrior Wrongful Deaths

Abel Danger - Tue, 10/07/2014 - 15:25
Plum City - (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco's bypass of Barack Obama – the Down Low Club's White House Cake Boy – through the Red Switch Network to the wrongful deaths of 17 Navy SEALs, 29 other Americans and 7 unidentified Afghan commandos in the Extortion 17 helicopter crash of 6 August, 2011 in an Afghanistan battle space then owned by TF Warrior led by Lt. Col. Thomas S. Rickard.

"To this day, people in Chicago are still scared about being murdered for talking about Barack Obama being gay or about what goes on at Trinity United with the still-active "Down Low Club". Young, gay, black men are mentored into the club and are eventually paired up with often unattractive and difficult to deal with straight black women who never have boyfriends (since guys don't want to have anything to do with them). A friend of mine in the "Think Squad" of prominent black professionals I talk to regularly calls these women "heifers" and says it’s very common for "cake boys" to be paired up with "heifers" so that "dummies are fooled" into thinking they are straight."

McConnell claims that sometime after March 29, 2009 and before crash of Extortion 17 on August 6, 2011, Serco's National Security Adviser Maureen Baginski ordered her White House operatives to bypass Obama's Red Switch IST-2 telephone with non-secure Cisco 7975 and Lucent 8520 phones in the Oval Office and the White House Situation Room.

McConnell claims that Obama – through negligence, recklessness, wilfulness or fraud – allowed Serco's Red Switch operatives to override the orders of Lt. Col. Rickard in the deployment of Extortion 17 and Obama is therefore responsible for the wrongful deaths of the Navy SEALs and their colleagues and the 7 witting or unwitting Afghan commandos who had been substituted at the last minute (Quo Warranto?) without the knowledge or consent of the Extortion 17 victims.

McConnell recommends that Serco shares be suspended until Abel Danger has completed an investigation into the bypass of Obama's Red Switch Override privileges and helped the families to prepare a class action suit for damages in re the wrongful deaths of the Extortion 17 victims.

Prequel 1: #2136 Marine Links Extortion 17 Hits to Red Switch Serco Override, Heifer TF Warrior Hack

Lt. Col. Thomas S. Rickard, commander of 2nd Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Task Force Warrior, shows Afghan National Police Chief Abdul Ghafoor Aziz around Combat Outpost Tangi, Friday. Ghafoor, chief of police for Sayed Abad District, will take command of COP Tangi. (Photo by Sgt. Cooper Cash).
Not a cool phone? An IST-2 telephone on Obama's desk, March 29, 2009 (White House photo by Pete Souza)
The Cisco 7975 and the Lucent 8520 on Obama's desk, July 31, 2011 Also on the desk appears to be the iPad Obama got from Steve Jobs in May 2011 (White House photo by Pete Souza)
Joe Biden Exposes SEAL Team 6 families to al-Queda

"All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near."

Does Obama really lack cool phones?

"Extortion 17 Navy SEALs – Family Still Seeks Answers
Posted by / In Politics / July 17, 2013
The parents of Aaron Vaughn, one of the extraordinary men killed on 6 August, 2011 in Afghanistan, in the Op known as Extortion 17, appeared Tuesday night on Cowboy Logic Radio to speak about their continued search for answers in their son's death. Aaron, son of Billy and Karen Vaughn, a Navy SEAL from SEAL Team VI DEVGRU, along with 16 other SEALs and 29 other Americans, was killed in a fiery Chinook crash that night in the Tangi River Valley. Sent to assist a group of Rangers, the crew of 38 consisted of Navy SEALs, other US Spec Ops forces, one US military war dog, and 7 Afghan commandos. One of the great mysteries of that night in 2011 involved the Afghan commandos. At the last minute, the men previously named and documented to board, were substituted with other men. In fact, the change was so late, that the wrong families were informed their sons had died and had to be told that actually their sons were alive. To this day, even after receiving all 1,250 plus pages of documents from the redacted, now declassified CENTCOM report, and reading them thoroughly, as well as meeting with several high level military officials, Billy and Karen Vaughn still have no answer as to who the Afghan commandos were that were actually on board the Chinook, whether or not they were true allies or suicide bombers, or who exactly issued the order to remove them and substitute the 7 who really flew that night with their son and other US servicemen to their deaths."

"February 4, 2012
Does Obama really lack cool phones?
In April last year, US president Obama told some fundraisers that he was disappointed by the communications equipment he found in the White House:

"I always thought I was gonna have like really cool phones and stuff," he said during a Q&A session with contributors at a fund-raising meeting in Chicago on April 14, 2011.

"We can't get our phones to work." Acting out his exasperation, he said: "Come on, guys. I'm the president of the United States! Where's the fancy buttons and stuff and the big screen comes up? It doesn't happen."

Obama made these remarks after the press pool had left and may not have realized some reporters back at the White House could still hear his comments. The president was probably responding to a question about bottlenecks in technological innovation and he used his White House experience as an example.

A lot of people would probably like to believe these remarks of the president, symbolizing the outdated state of the federal government. But in fact, what Obama said, isn't quite true.

In 2006-2007 president George W. Bush had the White House Situation Room completely renovated, providing it with state-of-the-art communications facilities. Since then the real Situation Room has all the phones and videoscreens and other stuff, which was before only seen in movies.

Also, when Obama took over the office in January 2009, he found quite a cool phone on the presidential desk in the Oval Office: an Integrated Services Telephone 2, or IST-2. This is a so called red phone (I'll explain that term in a later blog post) capable of making both secure and non-secure calls from one single instrument:

Not a cool phone? An IST-2 telephone on Obama's desk, March 29, 2009 (White House photo by Pete Souza) The IST-2 was installed in the White House in 2007. It's a phone specially designed for the US Defense Red Switch Network (DRSN), which connects the president and the Pentagon with all major military command centers. These new phones were part of an upgrade of the communications system, which became necessary after some serious communication problems occurred during the 9/11 attacks. Therefore, the problems caused by outdated equipment should have been solved under president Bush. This would leave nothing to complain about for Obama anymore.

But there's an other interesting fact. Only a few weeks before Obama made his aforementioned remarks in April 2011, the rather rare IST-phone had just been replaced by two more ordinary sets:

The Cisco 7975 and the Lucent 8520 on Obama's desk, July 31, 2011
Also on the desk appears to be the iPad Obama got from Steve Jobs in May 2011 (White House photo by Pete Souza)

Now we see a Cisco 7975G Unified IP Phone (with expansion module 7916) behind a Avaya/Lucent 8520T on Obama's desk. This Lucent phone is from the most widely used business phone series worldwide, but is dating back to the mid-nineties. The Cisco 7975G is a VoIP (Voice over IP) telephone, and as such also one of the most widely used.

Both are high-end multiline models, with many functions and large displays, with the Cisco one even having a full colour touchscreen. This phone is also "cool", not because of having the military grade specifications or the exclusiveness like the IST-2, but because the phone (and its ringtone in particular) became an almost iconic item from the highly popular tv-series 24:

A Cisco 7970 IP Phone used in the CTU operations center in the tv-series 24 (screen cap by www.24tv.de)

This series, which was broadcasted between 2001 and 2010, shaped people's imagination of the presidency and was in many ways a forerunner of reality. For example there was a popular black president (David Palmer) years before Obama was elected, and much of the fancy communications equipment from the series, like video teleconferencing, was implemented in the real White House Situation Room in 2007. And now the real president also has the same cool Cisco phone as the heroes used in the tv-series.

So, as we have seen, Obama didn't really tell the truth. The story he told the fundraisers was true during the beginning of the Bush administration, but not during his. Obama actually has some quite cool phones at his disposal, but maybe the only thing is that he just doesn't realize that ;-)

Links
- Report on CBS News: Obama laments lack of "cool phones" at the White House
- About the renovation of the White House Situation Room
- Pictures of more "Obama Phones" at Cryptome.org
- Dutch article about Obama's gadgets at ZDNet.nl
- Extensive German fanpage of the 24-series"

"A Handover Gone Wrong: How COP Tangi Was Lost
This is the tale of a transition gone wrong. It's the story of a combat outpost lost to the enemy. Most importantly, it is a stern warning to the coalition and the Afghans involved. If readiness, capacities and capabilities of the ANSF aren’t factored into the equation, if conditions on the ground are ignored due to strategic or political pressure and if the ANSF are left without without coordinated follow-up support by the coalition, the whole transition effort is put into jeopardy.

Based on a Washington Post article report and my own experiences, I recently provided some analysis and commentary on the situation in the Jalrez valley. As noted, the strategic importance of this region cannot be understated. It's not a coincidence that the last major offensive of the war, involving an entire U.S. combat brigade, is taking place just south of Wardak in Ghazni province. This influx of additional troops to the area, which was cast as a second-rate theater during the height of the troops surge, will enable the coalition to mount a number of large-scale clearing operations and solidify any gains in the process. However, once the deployment of those troops comes to an end, it if far from clear if the ANSF are ready to fill the gap.

In Wardak, U.S. troops levels are already thinning. As a consequence, the capacity of the coalition to provide material and operational follow-up support to the ANSF is reduced significantly. This, combined with the apparent lack of readiness on behalf of the ANSF to sustain themselves has already led to the loss of one combat outpost (COP) in the Tangi valley, almost immediately after it was handed over. This puts the capacity of the ANSF to hold other outposts in contested areas into doubt. In any case, it is worth taking a closer look at the surrounding circumstances of this handover gone wrong. Even though the transfer of COP Tangi was not part of the transition process that is led by the Joint Afghan-NATO Inteqal Board (JANIB), the case perfectly illustrates the challenges that lie ahead.

Why does the case of COP Tangi matter? Shortly after COP Tangi was handed over, the ANP who were tasked with holding it abandoned the base. As a consequence, insurgents took over and continued to operate in the area more freely than ever. Coalition forces still patrolled in the valley, but they weren't able to make up for the lost ground and the inability of the ANSF to keep it. Insurgents controlled the area now.

In July 2011, three months after it was abandoned by the ANP, a CH-47 Chinook was shot down by insurgents at a distance of less than a mile from the outpost. 30 U.S. troops, among them several Navy SEALS, and 8 Afghans perished. Even though it’s pointless to speculate, it is entirely within the realm of possibilities that with COP Tangi still under U.S. or ANSF control, the mission to insert the SEALS and their Afghan counterparts wouldn't have been deemed necessary in the first place.

From U.S. to ANP to Taliban hands in a matter of days
The transfer of COP Tangi from U.S. military control to the ANSF and more specifically the ANP was scheduled to take place in April 2011. A glowing U.S. Army press release offered a few yet crucial details on the effort. It cited Lt. Col. Thomas S. Rickard, commander of TF Warrior, which was the battlespace owner at the time:

"As we lose U.S. personnel, we have to concentrate on the greater populations," said Rickard.

"U.S. forces will still patrol the area," said Rickard. "We are going to continue to hunt insurgents in Tangi and prevent them from having a safe haven."

ANSF will soon run COP Tangi, and TF Warrior will increase operations in Chak [district]. If this trend continues, within a few years, local residents in Chak will be able to look solely toward other Afghans for security and guidance, said Rickard. [...]

"The Afghan National Police have already demonstrated their resolve by placing permanent check points at each end of the valley." [...] “The MOD (Ministry of Defense) and the ANA (Afghan National Army) made the decision to move forces into Chak," said Rickard.

As it turned out, things didn't go according to plan. The Tangi Valley became exactly what it wasn’t supposed to be: A Taliban safe haven. The New York Times reported that Taliban seized ground around the COP almost as soon as it was transferred to the ANP:

Within days of the transition, the Taliban raised their flag near the outpost, said a NATO official familiar with the situation. Afghan security forces remained in the area but were no match for the Taliban, the official said.

Alam Gul, who was chief of the local council in Sayed Abad district at the time reported what happened next:

They [the U.S. military] took their expensive equipment, but left other items, like freezers, Gul said. The Taliban retrieved the items and had a yard sale, he said. Afghans from the surrounding area came to shop.

As the plan to readjust the focus on another district seems to have originated within the ranks of the ANA, it is unlikely that the ANP gave up the base due to a strategically motivated decision. After all, there were no plans to close down the base. It is likely they simply abandoned it out of fear or a lack of capacity. Ultimately, leaving responsibility for this outpost to the ANP without ensuring it would remain under their control is to be considered a failure. In any case, if a base is almost taken over just days after being transferred to the ANSF, then this warrants a closer look.

What went wrong with the handover of COP Tangi?

COP Tangi was set up to establish a presence in the valley with the goal of denying the insurgents terrain and to reach out to the local population. In retrospect, the establishment of COP Tangi was a sign of the times. It was set up when troop levels began to rise in 2010 and a population-centric COIN doctrine was being touted as the key to stability by General Stanley A. McChrystal, who had assumed the post of COMISAF in 2009. Three years later, transition or Afghanization are being touted as the way to the exit and steadily declining troops levels render the maintenance of a combat outpost in a sparsely populated yet highly hostile area unfeasible.

In 2011, after about three years of continuous fighting in the valley and against the backdrop of reduced force levels and a transition-process that was well underway, it became evident that in the long run, it wouldn’t be sustainable to keep COP Tangi any longer. Lt. Col. Rickard, the commander of TF Warrior clearly stated the rationale behind handing over the outpost – a desire to focus operations on a more populated district, as stipulated by population-centric COIN doctrine. He claims the decision to readjust the focus had originated somewhere within the ANA chain of command and the MoD in Kabul. While this decision was most likely born out of strategic necessity, it may also be seen as a subtle admission that efforts to reach out to the population and bring stability to the area hadn’t gone anywhere in the Tangi valley.

It is unlikely that in the run-up to the handover of COP Tangi, Lt. Col. Rickard wasn't fully aware of the composition, capability and determination of the insurgent forces in the area. After all, the Tangi valley had been an insurgent hub ever since troops from 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division first entered and subsequently established a presence in the area in 2009 – 2010. For most of those who followed their footsteps, including Rickard's men, the deployment was a constant battle against a determined insurgent force. The enemy wasn’t the unknown factor in this equation. It was the ANSF.

An interesting aspect of this story is the fact that the ANP and not the ANA were chosen to take over responsibility for COP Tangi. Usually, the ANP are equipped with light to medium firearms and weapons such as AK variants, RPKs, PK machine guns, RPGs and occasionally, a truck-mounted DShK machine gun. Generally, they don’t have any armored vehicles. After all, they are a police force, tasked with regular police work, at least on paper. Fighting battle-hardened and determined insurgent forces isn’t their purpose, though even more often than not, this is exactly what they do.

It makes sense to put the ANP in charge of checkpoints or police stations within territory that is controlled by the ANA and coalition forces, thus enabling those forces to maneuver on the enemy. In the case of COP Tangi, it is puzzling the ANP were placed in charge of an outpost that lay in the center of heavily contested territory. One possibility is the lack of ANA troops to hold the outpost – after all, they were scheduled to deploy to a neighboring district. Another possibility is that the ANA chain of command was seeking a convenient way not to do what they were supposed to: To shoulder security responsibility for this particular stretch of land. Placing the ANP in charge would be an easy way out. It is noteworthy that there have been long-standing tensions in Wardak between the ANA, the ANP and the NDS due to their overlapping mandates and tasks, but more importantly due to their different political affiliations. Of course, while entirely conceivable, this possibility can't be corroborated and thus remains in the realm of speculation.

Different possibilities, same outcome: The ANP lose COP Tangi

Regarding the botched handover, there are several distinct possibilities. First, Lt. Col Rickard and his staff knew the ANP weren't up for the task of holding COP Tangi, either due to a lack of capacity or will. In that case, he most likely would have raised the issue with his chain of command, who in turn would have alarmed the Afghans at some point with the intent to get them to reconsider moving their troops elsewhere. However, it was still decided the ANP would take over responsibility. As his statements above indicate, it was clear to Rickard that a prolonged presence in the valley was no longer feasible. Leaving the outpost to the ANP was a risk he was either forced or willing to take. Engaging in a photo-op while touring the base with the individual who would shortly after cede it to the Taliban might either be interpreted as a brazen move or as an indicator of his cluelessness that trouble was afoot. In either case, the issue leaves Rickard in a bad light.

The second possibility is equally unsettling. Lt. Col. Rickard and his staff actually thought the ANP were able to hold the outpost. This sounds odd at first, but it is a real possibility. U.S. Army commanders use the Commanders Unit Assessment Tool or CUAT to rate the individual ANSF units they're mentoring or partnering with. Basically, it is a document that features different quantitative and qualitative metrics to rate an individual military unit or security force. It replaced the overly qualitative and inaccurate Capability Milestone (CM) rating system. While it has a higher potential that the CM rating system, it still has its flaws.

Most importantly, the CUAT doesn't amount to an unbiased and independent assessment tool. Essentially, it reflects the performance of the ANSF as perceived by their U.S. counterparts. Any CUAT may very well be tweaked to reflect more positive results than reality would actually merit. The context is that U.S. military field grade officers are under a lot of pressure to report positive news to the higher-ups in the chain of command if they are to advance their career. The temptation to put a spin on virtually every aspect that is reported to superiors or the press is omnipresent. The overly positive tone in the press release as cited above may serve as such an example. This tendency, coupled with a sense of detachment from reality on the ground can lead to flawed assessments and ultimately, to mistakes. The bottom line is: Whatever rating system was used to assess the ANP at COP Tangi, there is a real possibility this assessment was flawed, thus leading to the very real belief among U.S. commanders the ANP would be able to hold out.

To make one thing abundantly clear: I am not implying any wrongdoing on behalf of Lt. Col. Rickart and his subordinates. There is absolutely no evidence Lt. Col. Rickard and his staff have engaged in any deceitful activities. I am merely pointing out facts and possibilities that are based on my knowledge and my experiences as a reporter who has spent a significant amount of time with the U.S. military in Afghanistan. And there is a third and rather unflattering possibility. Lt. Col Rickart may have been hoodwinked by Abdul Ghafoor Aziz, the ANP district police chief. Sayed Abad district is fraught with countless land and water rights conflicts that pit different clans and tribes in this area against each other. Consequently, the post of district police chief is akin to navigating mine fields on a daily basis. According to this grotesquely glossy press release, Abdul Ghafoor Aziz has held this position sine 2010, which is enough time to figure out if the forces he commands can prevail against the Taliban.

It can be assumed Col. Ghafoor knew what lay ahead once he was left with responsibility for COP Tangi. If he abandoned the post on his own or with the knowledge of his chain of command remains unclear.

ANP abandoned a mission it shouldn't have been given in the first place
One dynamic that can be observed here as well as elsewhere is that as soon as insurgent pressure reaches a certain threshold, the ANSF tend to cave in and cede ground. The bottom line is, once ground is ceded, insurgents almost immediately filter back in and take control, rendering any venture into the territory a dangerous mission for the ANSF and coalition forces. No matter how smoothly the transition process may be going – if the end state is to have the ANSF in control of territory, then it is already evident this goal will not be attained in all of Afghanistan.

Was there anything that could have been done to keep COP Tangi? Technically, the answer is yes. With a sustained coalition presence, the outpost would have never been lost in the first place. Due to the strategic realignment as initiated by the ANA chain of command and the drawdown of coalition forces, this was never really an option. Consequently, the ANP lost the outpost. If their readiness to assume responsibility was either misjudged or of secondary concern remains unclear. In any case, the capacities and capabilities of the ANSF should be the primary concern before additional security responsibility is handed over.

There is a chance that with proper coordination and sustained follow-up support, the ANP would have considered holding COP Tangi. As it turned out, the rather vague promise of future coalition patrols wasn’t enough to make the ANP keep its end of the bargain. An embedded coalition adviser team could have made a difference here, providing access to communications, surveillance, close air support and coalition backup should things heat up. As it seems, the ANP at COP Tangi were left high and dry. Coalition forces who hand over security responsibilities are well-advised to ensure material and operational follow-up support is provided or they risk the ANSF losing ground to the enemy.

In the end, holding COP Tangi against all odds – the prowess of the insurgents in the valley was well known to both the U.S. military and the ANSF – was a task the ANP should have never shouldered. Most likely, it was a task it never wanted. They knew they wouldn’t be able to hold out very long, so they bailed. In the end, the failure to hold this outpost enabled the insurgents to establish control over the area. The consequences became brutally clear three months later. 38 made the ultimate sacrifice; less than a mile from outpost away. Share this stuff. 2 clicks required to protect your privacy."

"C4I for the Warrior is the linchpin for promoting immediate joint coalition C4I interoperability worldwide. This program provides focus and visibility into resolving C4I interoperability issues and provides organizing principles, policy and doctrine for information superiority as directed by JV2010.

C4IFTW stresses interoperability and leverages the rapid pace of C4I technology advancements. This program is based on three subprograms: 1) Advanced Concepts, 2) Joint Warrior Interoperability Demonstrations (JWID), and 3) Standardized Tactical Entry Point (STEP). As the C4IFTW concepts evolve and mature, they will spawn new approaches to providing the joint warfighter with a fused near-real-time, true representation of the battlespace. It is a unifying concept that brings the warrior an accurate and complete picture of the battlespace, timely and detailed mission objectives, and the clearest view of the targets. The Advanced Concepts initiative is intended to leverage commercial technologies and government-funded developments to provide high priority technologies to the warfighter in the shortest period of time. The current focus of Advanced Concepts, the Network Warfare Simulation (NETWARS) model, addresses communications burden issues. The NETWARS model will assess the effects of full operational combat traffic loading on current and future tactical communications; conduct quick-turn communications planning for small regional conflicts or peacekeeping scenarios; and evaluate new communication systems and technologies. JWIDs are Joint Staff-sponsored C4I demonstrations of existing, off-the-shelf, new and evolving C4I technologies. The demonstrations, which are jointly screened to determine ability to satisfy warfighting requirements, enable warfighters to operate these capabilities and assess their ability to enhance their operational missions. The STEP program will establish a standard set of C4I services at selected Defense Satellite Communications Systems (DSCS) gateways and STEP sites to support a commander joint task force (CJTF) and its component forces worldwide. STEP essentially extends the Defense Information System Network (DISN) to the tactical forces; specifically, services from the Defense Switched Network (DSN), Defense Red Switch Network (DRSN), Unclassified, but sensitive, and SECRET Internet Protocol Router Networks (NIPRNET/SIPRNET) video teleconference (VTC), and the Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS). (STEP has no RDT&E funds - it uses O&M and procurement funds only; also, STEP transferred from the Joint Staff to DISA in FY 1999)"

Yours sincerely,



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Exposing the Zionist Hidden Hand Ruling Britain and the United States

Abel Danger - Tue, 10/07/2014 - 01:22
by Christopher Bollyn

December 20, 2007

For all practical purposes, the United States and Britain are Zionist-occupied nations. Because the American and British people are generally ignorant of what Zionism is, the meaning of this statement is not widely understood or appreciated.

The lack of understanding by the public, however, doesn't change the fact that these once great nations have become Zionist-controlled states. The evidence is clearly seen in the self-destructive foreign policies these nations have pursued for the past 40 years or so.

The Anglo-American "leadership" positions in the illegal invasion and occupation of Iraq and their support of the costly Zionist fraud known as the "War on Terror" is further proof that Zionists control these nations – as if any were needed.

How did these powerful and independent nations become Zionist-controlled? Unlike Palestine, where Eastern European Zionist immigrants used brutal terrorism to ethnically "cleanse" and conquer the land, in Britain and the United States the Zionists gained power gradually through "dumbing down" and effectively disenfranchising the native populations.

In Britain and the United States, the Zionists saved the use of terrorism for later, after they already controlled the media and the levers of power and government.

Americans today still believe they are free because the media tells them so, and because they don't see the restraints and are able to move around and buy things. Americans are, indeed, free to work and shop, but they have virtually no real political power whatsoever. A good example is that while an overwhelming majority of the U.S. population is against the war in Iraq, the war and the huge spending bills to support it go on unchallenged by their representatives in Congress. Why don't the Congressmen vote to stop the disastrous war that has consumed hundreds of billions of dollars and taken more than 3,000 American lives?

Most Americans in the "land of the free and the home of the brave" are completely unaware that they have lost the most cherished democratic franchise, i.e. the citizen's fundamental right to vote and count their votes. They think their vote counts and don't have a clue that they lost their democratic franchise years ago. They are unaware of this situation simply because the media has not told them.

"If the media doesn't talk about, it must not be a problem" is the American way of thinking.

For the Zionist-controlled media, the absence of any citizen oversight of the vote-counting process and complete lack of transparency in American elections are simply non-issues, just like many other very important subjects of vital importance to the survival of the republic.

As Johann Wolfgang von Goethe said, "None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free." This aptly describes the difficult condition Americans face at the beginning of the 21st century.

Zionists, a marginal minority of Polish and Russian Jewish immigrants, were able to gain control of these great English-speaking nations by obtaining control of two fundamental institutions: the media and academia. This is not to say that they don't control other key institutions, but these two are of essential importance because they largely define the intellectual life of a nation.

Having worked in the media and studied Middle East history at an American university, I know what I am talking about here. History of the Middle East and Europe, and virtually every other subject taught at American universities, is viewed only through the Zionist prism.

For example, when I studied the Middle East at the University of California at Santa Cruz, the head of the department was a professor named Edmund Burke who had studied under the famous British Jew, Bernard Lewis, at Princeton. Burke was always recommending the books of Bernard Lewis, which I avoided like the plague.

Bernard Lewis
American historian Joel Beinin called Lewis "perhaps the most articulate and learned Zionist advocate in the North American Middle East academic community."

"Terry" Burke spent 1990 "on sabbatical" with Lewis at Princeton. He returned to Santa Cruz in the late summer, just before the U.S. invasion of Iraq in January 1991. I remember Burke giving a speech in August or September at the federal building in Santa Cruz as the conflict was heating up. The very first words out of his mouth were "Balkanization," something that amazes me to this day. He was unwilling to explain his choice of words when I called him about a year ago.

Edmund "Terry" Burke of UCSC
Although my main interest was Israel and Palestine, Burke recommended that I read a book about Yugoslavia. Balkanization, the breaking up of nations into ethnic statelets, is the Zionist plan for the entire Middle East, articulated by Oded Yinon of the Israeli foreign ministry in the early 1980s.

During the many lectures and courses I studied on the Middle East, never did I hear a critical word about Zionism or its brutal history in Eastern Europe and Palestine. This is primarily because the professors of Middle Eastern studies and European history are usually Jewish and strongly inclined to support Zionism.

If a professor were to openly criticize Zionism as the racist and violent ideology that it is, he would probably find himself unemployed in very short order.

I understood this and endeavored to present the anti-Zionist perspective at the university. I brought speakers like Ralph Schoenman, the author of The Hidden History of Zionism (1988), to the campus and led a tour of photojournalists to the West Bank and Gaza Strip shortly after the invasion of Iraq. Despite a great deal of effort and years of experience in the region, Burke did not give me "honors" with my degree, most likely because of my anti-Zionist views.

The media in the United States is controlled in the same way as the universities. The editors and journalists are prevented from investigating and discussing the real history of Zionism because the news outlets are usually owned by people who are themselves dedicated Zionists. The takeover of CNN by Gerald M. Levin of AOL Time Warner marked the fall of the last major non-Zionist media network.

Gerald Levin
Today, all major news outlets in the United States and Britain are strongly Zionist. There were a few good newspapers, such as The Christian Science Monitor, that provided some balance to the pro-Zionist "mainstream" networks, but even they have now fallen.

The result is that the populations of the United States, Britain, and Australia are largely ignorant of Zionism and what it has done in the past in other countries – and what it is doing now in theirs.

NON-ISSUES

Selecting issues and non-issues for coverage is the primary method employed by the Zionist-controlled news networks. Issues get a lot of coverage, while non-issues get none.

Here are a few examples of issues and non-issues in the Zionist-controlled media:

• Iran's legal and monitored efforts to develop nuclear energy are an issue; Israel's illegal and secret nuclear arsenal is not.

• Discussion of the alleged role of Muslims in terrorist acts is an issue; solid evidence of Israeli involvement in 9-11 and the London bombings is not.

• The two-year-long fake presidential campaign with a host of Zionist-controlled candidates is an issue; how our electronic "votes" are counted by mysterious "private" foreign companies of unknown ownership is not.

I don't know if any other American journalist and 9-11 researcher has been attacked, Tasered, and had their elbow broken by an undercover tactical squad in front of their family in the United States, but I know that when it happened to me in August 2006, it was very much a non-issue with the controlled media.

WHO ARE THESE FOREIGN MINISTERS?

The position of foreign minister, or secretary of state in the United States, is a very important position, second only to the president or prime minister. Since foreign policy is the only policy coming out of Washington or London these days, these positions are of crucial importance and speak volumes about who is really controlling the government.

In the United States and Britain, we have very strange people with odd backgrounds in these high-level appointed positions. The current British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs is a 42-year-old politician named David Wright Miliband, the son of the Belgian-born Marxist, Adolphe "Ralph" Miliband.

David Miliband
The U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, a 53-year-old former professor, holds the comparable position in the American government.

What is most peculiar – and telling – is that the backgrounds, loyalties, and ideologies of these two high-level appointed officials are never discussed in the Zionist-controlled media; clearly this is a non-issue.

WHO IS DAVID MILIBAND?

It goes without saying that both Miliband and Rice are dedicated Zionists: they are, after all, serving in extremely pro-Zionist governments. But why are their personal and family histories not discussed by the media? Don't the American and British people have a right to know the person who is overseeing the implementation of their national foreign policy?

David Miliband, who only became a Member of Parliament in June 2001, was recently in Basra, Iraq, when the British officially stepped back from their failure and turned over control to Iraqi authorities.

Although Miliband and other British officials have tried to put a good face on the disastrous results of the Anglo-American invasion and occupation, the fact that it has been a complete failure is painfully apparent to all.

As a senior Iraqi military officer told ABC News, "The British legacy in Basra is criminal gangs, a corrupt and infiltrated police force, and borders open to all."

Major-General Jalil Khalaf, the new police commander in Basra, told The Times of London: "They left me militia, they left me gangsters, and they left me all the troubles in the world."

Yousif Nassar, one of Basra's most famous composers, is also disappointed at what the British did to his city. "The British Forces created chaos and failed to deliver what they promised," he said, as reported by The Times of December 17, 2007.

The Times article was entitled "Crumbling services and violence on the streets, but hope follows British pullout."

"We congratulate all of those who have helped achieve this, most notably British and Coalition military and civilian personnel," Defense Secretary Des Browne and David Miliband said in a joint statement when the pullout was announced. How could these senior British officials congratulate anyone for their achievments in Basra? The Anglo-American occupation of Iraq is nothing but an unmitigated disaster. Perhaps that was the plan all along?

Knowing who David Miliband is and what he represents is key to understanding the real power behind Britain's foreign policy. This is certainly the reason the Zionist-controlled media keeps the British population – and the world – ignorant of the Miliband family's roots – in Brussels.

David Miliband
David Miliband is the son of Ralph Miliband, born Adolphe in Brussels in 1924, and Marion Kozak. Ralph was a well-known Marxist political theorist. Ralph, who died in 1994, is buried in Highgate Cemetery close to his idol, Karl Marx.

Miliband and his father, the Marxist Ralph Milliband at his spacious home in a comfortable part of London
David's brother, Edward Samuel Miliband, is also a member of Prime Minister Gordon Brown's cabinet, where he has been chairman of the Treasury's Council of Economic Advisers, which directs the UK's long-term economic planning.

Beyond that, the family history gets confusing and misleading – on purpose, I'm sure.

The online biography of Adolphe "Ralph" Miliband says he was born in Brussels of Polish-Jewish emigré parents and that both his parents lived in the Jewish quarter of Warsaw, before his father, Samuel "Sam" Miliband, joined the Red Army in the Polish-Soviet or Bolshevik War (February 1919 – March 1921).

Sam Miliband is said to have left Poland after the First World War, which ended in November 1918. He supposedly became a leather worker in Belgium and then returned to Poland to join the Red Army under the command of Leon Trotsky (born Lev Davidovich Bronstein) in 1920.

The commanders who served under Trotsky in the Bolshevik War against Poland were Mikhail Tukhachevsky, Aleksandr Yegorov, Joseph Stalin, and Felix Dzerzhinsky.

Nikolay Bukharin, writing in the Soviet newspaper Pravda, urged the Bolsheviks to carry on beyond Warsaw "right up to London and Paris."

General's Tukhachevsky's order of July 2, 1920 read:
To the West! Over the corpse of White Poland lies the road to world-wide conflagration. March on Vilno, Minsk, Warsaw! Onward to Berlin over the corpse of Poland! Why would a poor leather worker in Belgium give up his work and travel all the way to Poland to fight with the Bolshevik Red Army against the Polish Republic and the West? If this is true, Samuel Miliband must have been a very dedicated communist.

This is, however, most certainly not the whole truth. The family tree of the family of David and Edward Miliband clearly indicates that their grandfather Samuel Miliband was also born, like their father Adolphe, in Brussels, in 1865. In this case, Brussels-born Sam must have been an extremely dedicated communist. There is another possible explanation. Perhaps Sam was a Zionist emissary on a mission to bring support and funds to the Red Army in their attempt to conquer Poland. If the family tree is correct that Sam Miliband was born in Brussels, there is something more to the Miliband story.

The Miliband family tree provides the names and dates of birth of Samuel's 11 siblings, his parents, and even his grandparents, data which supports it as a credible source. Why then has the Zionist-controlled media obscured the Miliband family history and pretended that David's father was born in Warsaw, when his family records indicate he was born in Brussels?

This is information about the Miliband family that the Zionist-controlled media had evidently decided that the public does not need to know. It also suggests that the preferential treatment and promotions that the Milibands have received since coming to Britain have more to do with their high-level connections than with their abilities.

Their connections and loyalties are evidently to the highest levels of the Zionist "Communist" International in Brussels, which is the only reason they are in the positions they are in. Their loyalty is clearly not to the British nation or people.

WHO IS JOSEF KORBEL?

The same is true of Condoleezza Rice, who was mentored at the University of Denver by the Czechoslovakian Jewish immigrant Josef Korbel, the father of the previous secretary of state, Marie Jana Korbelova, a.k.a. Madeleine Albright.

Marie Jana Korbelova with her father, Josef Korbel – 1943
One might think that this amazing coincidence would be newsworthy, but it has generally been ignored by the controlled media as well. This is probably because the obvious question, "Who is Josef Korbel?" is a question the Zionist-controlled media does not want to address.

Josef Korbel (1909-77) was a Czechoslovakian diplomat in the London-based "government" in exile of Edvard Benes, which took power in Prague after World War II. Korbel was the father of Bill Clinton's Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, and the mentor of George W. Bush's Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice. What a coincidence – or is it?

Condoleezza Rice and Tzipi Livni, the Israeli foreign minister. Livni is the daughter of the former head of operations of the Irgun, a Zionist terror organization.
Korbel was also a thief. Korbel stole paintings which belonged to German industrialist Karl Nebrich, whose property in Prague was confiscated as part of the postwar Benes decrees. Like the more than three million other ethnic Germans from Bohemia, Moravia, and Slovakia, Nebrich and his family were expelled from the country under the postwar decrees, which oddly remain in force to this day.

Would any European nation that banned Jews and confiscated their property be allowed to be a member of the European Union? Why are such racist laws permitted against Germans?

Korbel's stealing of property and art is just the tip of the iceberg. Korbel was involved in the United Nations partition of India and Pakistan and the illegal arming of the Zionist fighters in Palestine until the end of 1948.

When the communists came to power in 1948, Korbel was charged and sentenced, and fled to New York where he lived in the cottage house of a very large mansion in Great Neck, New York. He was eventually given a teaching position at the University of Denver.

The Korbels' move to New York is described in Seasons of Her Life: A Biography of Madeleine Albright:
The Korbels settled into a home just outside New York City. One of Joseph Korbel's colleagues at the United Nations had helped the family rent a small gardener's cottage at 149 Station Road in a woodsy section of Great Neck, a prosperous and developing suburban community on Long Island's North Shore. Korbel clearly played a key role in the Zionist-Israeli weapons pipeline from Czechoslovakia, which was the main supplier and base for the nascent Israeli Air Force. The Zionist air bridge from Czechoslovakia, known as Operation Balak, was the essential weapons supply line and is regarded as one of the Israeli Air Force's most important achievements. Czechoslovakia provided weapons, ammunition, and the first fighter airplanes to the Zionist forces in Palestine.

The would-be Israelis even operated their own airbase and pilot training school in Czechoslovakia. Yugoslavia played an important role as the main transit point for arms shipments going by sea, and a refueling stop for the Israeli and Zionist pilots flying fighter aircraft from Czechoslovakia to Palestine – which became the State of Israel after May 1948.

Korbel, an avowed anti-communist and senior member of the Benes government, became the Czech ambassador to Belgrade at this time, although he hated the socialism of Tito. Korbel was the ambassador in Yugoslavia because he was playing another more important role: the key Zionist point man in the illegal weapons transfers to Jewish forces in Palestine. The people, such as Shimon Peres, who were involved in the illegal weapons smuggling to the Haganah and the Irgun terrorist gangs in Palestine have been at the top of the Zionist hierarchy since 1948.

There is, of course, much more to the sordid Miliband, Korbel, and Rice histories. This material is provided simply to illustrate the high-level Zionist connections of the people who shaped and taught the current foreign ministers of Britain and the United States. Because this information is not provided by the controlled media in these two great nations, I am providing this research to help my fellow Americans and British friends realize who is controlling their foreign policy – which is nothing short of disastrous.

If you appreciate the information found in this article, please consider supporting my research and writing by sending a donation via PayPal to: bollyn@bollynbooks.com

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February 1982: Article in Israeli Journal Says Israel Should Exploit Internal Tensions of Arab States

The winter issue of Kivunim, “A Journal for Judaism and Zionism,” publishes “A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties” by Oded Yinon. The paper, published in Hebrew, rejects the idea that Israel should carry through with the Camp David Accords and seek peace. Instead, Yinon suggests that the Arab States should be destroyed from within by exploiting their internal religious and ethnic tensions: “Lebanon’s total dissolution into five provinces serves as a precedent for the entire Arab world including Egypt, Syria, Iraq, and the Arabian peninsula and is already following that track. The dissolution of Syria and Iraq later on into ethnically or religiously unique areas such as in Lebanon, is Israel’s primary target on the Eastern front in the long run, while the dissolution of the military power of those states serves as the primary short term target. Syria will fall apart, in accordance with its ethnic and religious structure, into several states such as in present day Lebanon.” [Kivunim, 2/1982]

Entity Tags: Oded Yinon

Timeline Tags: Alleged Use of False Flag Attacks

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Further Reading:

The Yinon Plan: A Continuation of British Strategy in the Middle East - Strategic Plan to Ensure Israeli Regional Superiority by Balkanizing Surrounding Arab States - A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm - Sectarian Schemes Unleashed by External Actors - Demonizing Opponents Through Crooked PR Campaigns
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#2136 Marine Links Extortion 17 Hits to Red Switch Serco Override, Heifer TF Warrior Hack

Abel Danger - Mon, 10/06/2014 - 20:29
Plum City - (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the alleged contract hits which killed Navy SEALs, 29 other Americans and 7 unidentified Afghan commandos in the Extortion 17 helicopter crash of 6 August, 2011 in Afghanistan, to a Red Switch Network Override by Serco which apparently allowed Michelle Obama, the heifer groomed and paired with Barack Obama at Chicago's Down Low Club in the early 1990s, to hack TF Warrior – the battle-space owner at the time.

McConnell claims that Serco's National Security Adviser Maureen Baginski conspired with Obama to override Lt. Col. Thomas S. Rickard then-commander of TF Warrior and authorize the murder of the SEALs and their colleagues by the 7 witting or unwitting Afghan commandos, substituted at the last minute without the consent of the Extortion 17 victims.

"To this day, people in Chicago are still scared about being murdered for talking about Barack Obama being gay or about what goes on at Trinity United with the still-active "Down Low Club". Young, gay, black men are mentored into the club and are eventually paired up with often unattractive and difficult to deal with straight black women who never have boyfriends (since guys don't want to have anything to do with them). A friend of mine in the "Think Squad" of prominent black professionals I talk to regularly calls these women "heifers" and says it’s very common for "cake boys" to be paired up with "heifers" so that "dummies are fooled" into thinking they are straight."

McConnell recommends that Serco shares be suspended until Abel Danger has completed its investigation into the whereabouts of Lt. Col. Rickard between 22:00 August 5 and 0300 August 6 and the role of Serco White House Red Switch operatives during the Extortion 17 contract hits.

Prequel 1:#2135 Marine Links Serco's Dirty Bank to The Grooming of Barry Soetoro, DoJ-ISIS Pedophile Pride

Prequel 2: #2032: Marine Links Extortion 17 Murders to Serco OOOI Hack, Obama Red Switch Licence to Kill

"All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near."

"Extortion 17 Navy SEALs – Family Still Seeks Answers
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The parents of Aaron Vaughn, one of the extraordinary men killed on 6 August, 2011 in Afghanistan, in the Op known as Extortion 17, appeared Tuesday night on Cowboy Logic Radio to speak about their continued search for answers in their son's death. Aaron, son of Billy and Karen Vaughn, a Navy SEAL from SEAL Team VI DEVGRU, along with 16 other SEALs and 29 other Americans, was killed in a fiery Chinook crash that night in the Tangi River Valley. Sent to assist a group of Rangers, the crew of 38 consisted of Navy SEALs, other US Spec Ops forces, one US military war dog, and 7 Afghan commandos. One of the great mysteries of that night in 2011 involved the Afghan commandos. At the last minute, the men previously named and documented to board, were substituted with other men. In fact, the change was so late, that the wrong families were informed their sons had died and had to be told that actually their sons were alive. To this day, even after receiving all 1,250 plus pages of documents from the redacted, now declassified CENTCOM report, and reading them thoroughly, as well as meeting with several high level military officials, Billy and Karen Vaughn still have no answer as to who the Afghan commandos were that were actually on board the Chinook, whether or not they were true allies or suicide bombers, or who exactly issued the order to remove them and substitute the 7 who really flew that night with their son and other US servicemen to their deaths."

"A Handover Gone Wrong: How COP Tangi Was Lost
This is the tale of a transition gone wrong. It’s the story of a combat outpost lost to the enemy. Most importantly, it is a stern warning to the coalition and the Afghans involved. If readiness, capacities and capabilities of the ANSF aren’t factored into the equation, if conditions on the ground are ignored due to strategic or political pressure and if the ANSF are left without without coordinated follow-up support by the coalition, the whole transition effort is put into jeopardy.

Based on a Washington Post article report and my own experiences, I recently provided some analysis and commentary on the situation in the Jalrez valley. As noted, the strategic importance of this region cannot be understated. It's not a coincidence that the last major offensive of the war, involving an entire U.S. combat brigade, is taking place just south of Wardak in Ghazni province. This influx of additional troops to the area, which was cast as a second-rate theater during the height of the troops surge, will enable the coalition to mount a number of large-scale clearing operations and solidify any gains in the process. However, once the deployment of those troops comes to an end, it if far from clear if the ANSF are ready to fill the gap.

In Wardak, U.S. troops levels are already thinning. As a consequence, the capacity of the coalition to provide material and operational follow-up support to the ANSF is reduced significantly. This, combined with the apparent lack of readiness on behalf of the ANSF to sustain themselves has already led to the loss of one combat outpost (COP) in the Tangi valley, almost immediately after it was handed over. This puts the capacity of the ANSF to hold other outposts in contested areas into doubt. In any case, it is worth taking a closer look at the surrounding circumstances of this handover gone wrong. Even though the transfer of COP Tangi was not part of the transition process that is led by the Joint Afghan-NATO Inteqal Board (JANIB), the case perfectly illustrates the challenges that lie ahead.

Why does the case of COP Tangi matter? Shortly after COP Tangi was handed over, the ANP who were tasked with holding it abandoned the base. As a consequence, insurgents took over and continued to operate in the area more freely than ever. Coalition forces still patrolled in the valley, but they weren't able to make up for the lost ground and the inability of the ANSF to keep it. Insurgents controlled the area now.

In July 2011, three months after it was abandoned by the ANP, a CH-47 Chinook was shot down by insurgents at a distance of less than a mile from the outpost. 30 U.S. troops, among them several Navy SEALS, and 8 Afghans perished. Even though it's pointless to speculate, it is entirely within the realm of possibilities that with COP Tangi still under U.S. or ANSF control, the mission to insert the SEALS and their Afghan counterparts wouldn’t have been deemed necessary in the first place.

From U.S. to ANP to Taliban hands in a matter of days

The transfer of COP Tangi from U.S. military control to the ANSF and more specifically the ANP was scheduled to take place in April 2011. A glowing U.S. Army press release offered a few yet crucial details on the effort. It cited Lt. Col. Thomas S. Rickard, commander of TF Warrior, which was the battlespace owner at the time:

"As we lose U.S. personnel, we have to concentrate on the greater populations," said Rickard.

"U.S. forces will still patrol the area," said Rickard. "We are going to continue to hunt insurgents in Tangi and prevent them from having a safe haven." ANSF will soon run COP Tangi, and TF Warrior will increase operations in Chak [district]. If this trend continues, within a few years, local residents in Chak will be able to look solely toward other Afghans for security and guidance, said Rickard. [...]

"The Afghan National Police have already demonstrated their resolve by placing permanent check points at each end of the valley." [...] "The MOD (Ministry of Defense) and the ANA (Afghan National Army) made the decision to move forces into Chak,” said Rickard.

As it turned out, things didn't go according to plan. The Tangi Valley became exactly what it wasn't supposed to be: A Taliban safe haven.

The New York Times reported that Taliban seized ground around the COP almost as soon as it was transferred to the ANP:

Within days of the transition, the Taliban raised their flag near the outpost, said a NATO official familiar with the situation. Afghan security forces remained in the area but were no match for the Taliban, the official said.

Alam Gul, who was chief of the local council in Sayed Abad district at the time reported what happened next:

They [the U.S. military] took their expensive equipment, but left other items, like freezers, Gul said. The Taliban retrieved the items and had a yard sale, he said. Afghans from the surrounding area came to shop.

As the plan to readjust the focus on another district seems to have originated within the ranks of the ANA, it is unlikely that the ANP gave up the base due to a strategically motivated decision. After all, there were no plans to close down the base. It is likely they simply abandoned it out of fear or a lack of capacity. Ultimately, leaving responsibility for this outpost to the ANP without ensuring it would remain under their control is to be considered a failure. In any case, if a base is almost taken over just days after being transferred to the ANSF, then this warrants a closer look.

What went wrong with the handover of COP Tangi?

COP Tangi was set up to establish a presence in the valley with the goal of denying the insurgents terrain and to reach out to the local population. In retrospect, the establishment of COP Tangi was a sign of the times. It was set up when troop levels began to rise in 2010 and a population-centric COIN doctrine was being touted as the key to stability by General Stanley A. McChrystal, who had assumed the post of COMISAF in 2009. Three years later, transition or Afghanization are being touted as the way to the exit and steadily declining troops levels render the maintenance of a combat outpost in a sparsely populated yet highly hostile area unfeasible.

In 2011, after about three years of continuous fighting in the valley and against the backdrop of reduced force levels and a transition-process that was well underway, it became evident that in the long run, it wouldn’t be sustainable to keep COP Tangi any longer. Lt. Col. Rickard, the commander of TF Warrior clearly stated the rationale behind handing over the outpost – a desire to focus operations on a more populated district, as stipulated by population-centric COIN doctrine. He claims the decision to readjust the focus had originated somewhere within the ANA chain of command and the MoD in Kabul. While this decision was most likely born out of strategic necessity, it may also be seen as a subtle admission that efforts to reach out to the population and bring stability to the area hadn’t gone anywhere in the Tangi valley.

It is unlikely that in the run-up to the handover of COP Tangi, Lt. Col. Rickard wasn't fully aware of the composition, capability and determination of the insurgent forces in the area. After all, the Tangi valley had been an insurgent hub ever since troops from 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division first entered and subsequently established a presence in the area in 2009 – 2010. For most of those who followed their footsteps, including Rickard's men, the deployment was a constant battle against a determined insurgent force. The enemy wasn’t the unknown factor in this equation. It was the ANSF.

An interesting aspect of this story is the fact that the ANP and not the ANA were chosen to take over responsibility for COP Tangi. Usually, the ANP are equipped with light to medium firearms and weapons such as AK variants, RPKs, PK machine guns, RPGs and occasionally, a truck-mounted DShK machine gun. Generally, they don’t have any armored vehicles. After all, they are a police force, tasked with regular police work, at least on paper. Fighting battle-hardened and determined insurgent forces isn't their purpose, though even more often than not, this is exactly what they do.

It makes sense to put the ANP in charge of checkpoints or police stations within territory that is controlled by the ANA and coalition forces, thus enabling those forces to maneuver on the enemy. In the case of COP Tangi, it is puzzling the ANP were placed in charge of an outpost that lay in the center of heavily contested territory. One possibility is the lack of ANA troops to hold the outpost – after all, they were scheduled to deploy to a neighboring district. Another possibility is that the ANA chain of command was seeking a convenient way not to do what they were supposed to: To shoulder security responsibility for this particular stretch of land. Placing the ANP in charge would be an easy way out. It is noteworthy that there have been long-standing tensions in Wardak between the ANA, the ANP and the NDS due to their overlapping mandates and tasks, but more importantly due to their different political affiliations. Of course, while entirely conceivable, this possibility can't be corroborated and thus remains in the realm of speculation.

Different possibilities, same outcome: The ANP lose COP Tangi

Regarding the botched handover, there are several distinct possibilities. First, Lt. Col Rickard and his staff knew the ANP weren’t up for the task of holding COP Tangi, either due to a lack of capacity or will. In that case, he most likely would have raised the issue with his chain of command, who in turn would have alarmed the Afghans at some point with the intent to get them to reconsider moving their troops elsewhere. However, it was still decided the ANP would take over responsibility. As his statements above indicate, it was clear to Rickard that a prolonged presence in the valley was no longer feasible. Leaving the outpost to the ANP was a risk he was either forced or willing to take. Engaging in a photo-op while touring the base with the individual who would shortly after cede it to the Taliban might either be interpreted as a brazen move or as an indicator of his cluelessness that trouble was afoot. In either case, the issue leaves Rickard in a bad light. The second possibility is equally unsettling. Lt. Col. Rickard and his staff actually thought the ANP were able to hold the outpost. This sounds odd at first, but it is a real possibility. U.S. Army commanders use the Commanders Unit Assessment Tool or CUAT to rate the individual ANSF units they're mentoring or partnering with. Basically, it is a document that features different quantitative and qualitative metrics to rate an individual military unit or security force. It replaced the overly qualitative and inaccurate Capability Milestone (CM) rating system. While it has a higher potential that the CM rating system, it still has its flaws.

Most importantly, the CUAT doesn't amount to an unbiased and independent assessment tool. Essentially, it reflects the performance of the ANSF as perceived by their U.S. counterparts. Any CUAT may very well be tweaked to reflect more positive results than reality would actually merit. The context is that U.S. military field grade officers are under a lot of pressure to report positive news to the higher-ups in the chain of command if they are to advance their career. The temptation to put a spin on virtually every aspect that is reported to superiors or the press is omnipresent. The overly positive tone in the press release as cited above may serve as such an example. This tendency, coupled with a sense of detachment from reality on the ground can lead to flawed assessments and ultimately, to mistakes. The bottom line is: Whatever rating system was used to assess the ANP at COP Tangi, there is a real possibility this assessment was flawed, thus leading to the very real belief among U.S. commanders the ANP would be able to hold out.

To make one thing abundantly clear:

I am not implying any wrongdoing on behalf of Lt. Col. Rickart and his subordinates. There is absolutely no evidence Lt. Col. Rickard and his staff have engaged in any deceitful activities. I am merely pointing out facts and possibilities that are based on my knowledge and my experiences as a reporter who has spent a significant amount of time with the U.S. military in Afghanistan.

And there is a third and rather unflattering possibility. Lt. Col Rickart may have been hoodwinked by Abdul Ghafoor Aziz, the ANP district police chief. Sayed Abad district is fraught with countless land and water rights conflicts that pit different clans and tribes in this area against each other. Consequently, the post of district police chief is akin to navigating mine fields on a daily basis. According to this grotesquely glossy press release, Abdul Ghafoor Aziz has held this position sine 2010, which is enough time to figure out if the forces he commands can prevail against the Taliban.

It can be assumed Col. Ghafoor knew what lay ahead once he was left with responsibility for COP Tangi. If he abandoned the post on his own or with the knowledge of his chain of command remains unclear.

ANP abandoned a mission it shouldn’t have been given in the first place One dynamic that can be observed here as well as elsewhere is that as soon as insurgent pressure reaches a certain threshold, the ANSF tend to cave in and cede ground. The bottom line is, once ground is ceded, insurgents almost immediately filter back in and take control, rendering any venture into the territory a dangerous mission for the ANSF and coalition forces. No matter how smoothly the transition process may be going – if the end state is to have the ANSF in control of territory, then it is already evident this goal will not be attained in all of Afghanistan.

Was there anything that could have been done to keep COP Tangi? Technically, the answer is yes. With a sustained coalition presence, the outpost would have never been lost in the first place. Due to the strategic realignment as initiated by the ANA chain of command and the drawdown of coalition forces, this was never really an option. Consequently, the ANP lost the outpost. If their readiness to assume responsibility was either misjudged or of secondary concern remains unclear. In any case, the capacities and capabilities of the ANSF should be the primary concern before additional security responsibility is handed over.

There is a chance that with proper coordination and sustained follow-up support, the ANP would have considered holding COP Tangi. As it turned out, the rather vague promise of future coalition patrols wasn’t enough to make the ANP keep its end of the bargain. An embedded coalition adviser team could have made a difference here, providing access to communications, surveillance, close air support and coalition backup should things heat up. As it seems, the ANP at COP Tangi were left high and dry. Coalition forces who hand over security responsibilities are well-advised to ensure material and operational follow-up support is provided or they risk the ANSF losing ground to the enemy.

In the end, holding COP Tangi against all odds – the prowess of the insurgents in the valley was well known to both the U.S. military and the ANSF – was a task the ANP should have never shouldered. Most likely, it was a task it never wanted. They knew they wouldn't be able to hold out very long, so they bailed. In the end, the failure to hold this outpost enabled the insurgents to establish control over the area. The consequences became brutally clear three months later. 38 made the ultimate sacrifice; less than a mile from outpost away. Share this stuff. 2 clicks required to protect your privacy."

"C4I for the Warrior is the linchpin for promoting immediate joint coalition C4I interoperability worldwide. This program provides focus and visibility into resolving C4I interoperability issues and provides organizing principles, policy and doctrine for information superiority as directed by JV2010.

C4IFTW stresses interoperability and leverages the rapid pace of C4I technology advancements. This program is based on three subprograms: 1) Advanced Concepts, 2) Joint Warrior Interoperability Demonstrations (JWID), and 3) Standardized Tactical Entry Point (STEP). As the C4IFTW concepts evolve and mature, they will spawn new approaches to providing the joint warfighter with a fused near-real-time, true representation of the battlespace. It is a unifying concept that brings the warrior an accurate and complete picture of the battlespace, timely and detailed mission objectives, and the clearest view of the targets. The Advanced Concepts initiative is intended to leverage commercial technologies and government-funded developments to provide high priority technologies to the warfighter in the shortest period of time. The current focus of Advanced Concepts, the Network Warfare Simulation (NETWARS) model, addresses communications burden issues. The NETWARS model will assess the effects of full operational combat traffic loading on current and future tactical communications; conduct quick-turn communications planning for small regional conflicts or peacekeeping scenarios; and evaluate new communication systems and technologies. JWIDs are Joint Staff-sponsored C4I demonstrations of existing, off-the-shelf, new and evolving C4I technologies. The demonstrations, which are jointly screened to determine ability to satisfy warfighting requirements, enable warfighters to operate these capabilities and assess their ability to enhance their operational missions. The STEP program will establish a standard set of C4I services at selected Defense Satellite Communications Systems (DSCS) gateways and STEP sites to support a commander joint task force (CJTF) and its component forces worldwide. STEP essentially extends the Defense Information System Network (DISN) to the tactical forces; specifically, services from the Defense Switched Network (DSN), Defense Red Switch Network (DRSN) [Operated by Serco out of RAF Oakhanger], Unclassified, but sensitive, and SECRET Internet Protocol Router Networks (NIPRNET/SIPRNET) video teleconference (VTC), and the Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS).

(STEP has no RDT&E funds - it uses O&M and procurement funds only; also, STEP transferred from the Joint Staff to DISA in FY 1999)."

Yours sincerely,


Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971; Forensic Economist; 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot; 23,000 hours of safety; Tel: 715 307 8222

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Cloud-Centric Crime Scene Investigation (C2CSI) Radio - October 7, 2014

Abel Danger - Mon, 10/06/2014 - 14:40
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Cameron's Isis, Serco Crisis and Motley Rices

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#2135 Marine Links Serco's Dirty Bank to The Grooming of Barry Soetoro, DoJ-ISIS Pedophile Pride

Abel Danger - Mon, 10/06/2014 - 11:02
Plum City - (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco's dirty bank – HSBC – to Barry Soetoro's grooming as a bait child in Jakarta (Turdi 1968) and a leveraged-lease expert in New York (BIC 1994), and a global murder-for-hire and extortion racket allegedly operated by homosexual pedophiles through DoJ Pride's Asset Forfeiture Funds and Club ISIS, a private members beach club in Dubai, UAE.

McConnell claims that Serco's VP Intelligence and National Security Adviser Maureen Baginski, and Barry Soetoro (now known as Barack Obama) have structured HSBC off-book funding for DOJ Pride in Washington, the Down Low Club in Chicago and Club ISIS in Dubai so that they could reward homosexual pedophiles for the murder and enslavement of heterosexuals and their children in the name of Islam.
"To this day, people in Chicago are still scared about being murdered for talking about Barack Obama being gay or about what goes on at Trinity United with the still-active "Down Low Club". Young, gay, black men are mentored into the club and are eventually paired up with often unattractive and difficult to deal with straight black women who never have boyfriends (since guys don't want to have anything to do with them). A friend of mine in the "Think Squad" of prominent black professionals I talk to regularly calls these women "heifers" and says it's very common for "cake boys" to be paired up with "heifers" so that "dummies are fooled" into thinking they are straight." 
McConnell also alleges that HSBC has been laundering money for Baginski – a former intelligence director at FBI, NSA and BearingPoint (KPMG Consulting) – and Soetoro's (Obama) associates in DoJ Pride while they used Serco tagging system to track ISIS assets such as hit teams, saboteurs, drugs, children and weapons in the phony jihad operated out of Dubai.
McConnell recommends that trading in Serco shares be suspended until Abel Danger has completed its investigation into the grooming of Barry Soetoro and DoJ-ISIS Pedophile Pride.
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"All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near."
"Muslim bank accounts closed by HSBC in wake of 'money laundering' fine
Bank faces allegations of 'Islamophobia' over decision to shut down accounts of some Muslim groupsBy David Barrett, Home Affairs Correspondent3:53PM BST 30 Jul 2014
Bank accounts belonging to Finsbury Park Mosque and other Muslim groups are being closed down by a major bank amid concerns about money laundering for crime and terrorism, it has emerged.
HSBC notified a number of Islamic groups within the last few days that their accounts would be terminated, leading to accusations of "Islamophobia".
But in a statement the bank indicated it had taken the decision to close the accounts in the wake of a £1.1 billion (US$1.9 billion) fine imposed in 2012.
The record penalty followed a US Senate sub-committee investigation into how shortcomings inside HSBC had allowed drug cartels and other criminals to money-launder though the US financial system.
Finsbury Park Mosque in north London, which was known as a centre of radical Islamist preaching by the cleric Abu Hamza in the 1990s and early 2000s, received a letter from HSBC which said its account was being closed.
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The letter said the mosque's business no longer fitted the HSBC's "risk appetite" but offered no other explanation.
Khalid Oumar, one of the trustees of the mosque, told the BBC they had not been told why the account was being closed and added: "That has led us to believe that the only reason this has happened is because of an Islamophobic campaign targeting Muslim charities in the UK."
An HSBC spokesman said: "We do not discuss individual customers, nor do we confirm whether an individual or business is, or has been a customer.
"For context however, HSBC was fined $1.9 billion in December 2012 by the US and UK governments and entered into a deferred prosecution agreement.
"The bank is applying a programme of strategic assessments to all of its businesses.
"As a result of these ongoing reviews, we have exited relationships with business and personal customers in over 70 countries. The services we provide to charities are no exception to this global review."
He added: "Decisions to end a customer relationship are not taken lightly, and are absolutely not based on the race or religion of a customer.
"Discrimination against customers on grounds of race or religion is immoral, unacceptable and illegal, and HSBC has comprehensive rules and policies in place to ensure race or religion are never factors in banking decisions."
Other groups which have been told their accounts are to close include the Cordoba Foundation and the Ummah Welfare Trust."
"British female jihadis running ISIS 'brothels' allowing killers to rape kidnapped Yazidi womenSep 10, 2014 22:10By Russell Myers
Members of the all-women al-Khanssaa Brigade in Raqqa, Syria, are running brothels for Islamic State murderers
British female jihadis are running brothels full of women kidnapped and forced into sex slavery by Islamic State militants.
It is understood they are members of an ultra-religious IS 'police' force tasked with looking after girls captured from the Yazidi tribe in Iraq.
As many as 3,000 Iraqi women have been taken captive in the last two weeks by the terror group.
Sources suggest that members of the all-women al-Khanssaa Brigade in Raqqa, Syria, are running brothels to satisfy the fighters' desires.
One said: "These women are using barbaric interpretations of the Islamic faith to justify their actions.
"They believe the militants can use these women as they please as they are non-Muslims.
"The Yazidi people are being ethnically cleansed, and their women are being subjected to the most brutal treatment.
"It is the British women who have risen to the top of the Islamic State's sharia police and now they are in charge of this operation.
"It is as bizarre as it is perverse."
A report obtained by the Daily Mirror from researchers at think tank MEMRI – the Middle East Media Research Institution – confirms ethnic sex slavery is taking place on a massive scale.
The report states: "During its takeover of large parts of northern Iraq the IS captured many Yazidi villages, and reportedly took many Yazidi women to be sold and used as sex slaves."
Researchers at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation suggest up to 60 British women have gone to Syria for jihad.
Sources have revealed some of these women have emerged as key figures in the al-Khanssaa brigade and are enticing dozens more to leave their families and join them.
Aspiring doctor Aqsa Mahmood, 20, who fled her Glasgow home last November, is understood to be part of the brigade.
She said she wanted to behead Christians with a "blunt knife"."
"Maureen Baginski – Bearing Point Serco announced that Maureen Baginski has been named VP for the intelligence business as well as being appointed National Security Adviser at Serco. 
Baginski has almost 30 years of experience in the intelligence community, previously serving at the National Security Agency and the FBI. Baginski has also served in several corporate positions, including as president of the National Security Systems section at Sparta, Inc. and as director of the Intelligence Sector at Bearing Point. (Source: Govconwire.com, 12/07/09)"
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Global Investment Opportunities, in association with Gulfstream, presents The Isis, a $425 million iconic architectural statement comprising 250 residential units, private beach and Club ISIS, a residents private members beach club. 

Located on Crescent A of the Palm Jebel Ali, The Isis represents the most prestigious project to date that Gulfstream has brought to the market. 

We have enjoyed outstanding success with Gulfstream on The Sanctuary, a special project in Dubai's Jumeirah Village development zone, and are confident The Isis will be another winner for our investors. 

Dubai is one of the fastest growing tourist and business destinations in the world. More than six million people visited Dubai in 2008 and it is estimated the figure will rise to 15 million by 2010. 

In addition to the tourism and leisure market, Dubai is a tax haven for businesses and individuals, with zero corporation tax, income tax and CGT. 

Dubai has not been immune from the global recession, and residential property values fell sharply in the first quarter of 2009. However, the fall needs to be set in context: 

■During the same period in 2008, property prices climbed by 42% (Colliers)
■In May 2009, apartment prices in Dubai rose by 9% (HSBC, quoted in Arabian Business)
■Market data from April and May 2009 shows agreed property prices are rising, volumes are holding up well and banks have loosened their lending criteria (David Lepper, head of UAE equity research, HSBC)
HSBC and Barclays are now lending on 'off-plan' property due to their positive view on the current market conditions moving forward."

"Mitchell's Firm Worked for Dubai Ruler in Jockey Case (Update1)By Timothy J. Burger - January 27, 2009 12:08 EST
Jan. 27 (Bloomberg) -- George Mitchell, President Barack Obama's special Middle East troubleshooter, was chairman of a law firm that was paid about $8 million representing Dubai's ruler in connection with a child-trafficking lawsuit.
The DLA Piper law firm did legal and lobbying work on the case, which alleged that Dubai's Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum and another official used children kidnapped from other countries to ride as jockeys in camel races. The firm lobbied federal agencies, members of the U.S. House and about two dozen Senate offices, including those of Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in 2006 and 2007, according to Justice Department foreign-agent disclosures. ....
9/11 Commission
In 2002, congressional Democrats tapped Mitchell as vice chairman of the 9/11 Commission. Mitchell and Henry Kissinger, then-President George W. Bush's pick as chairman, quit the commission's top posts after Congress required members to disclose financial information and suggested Mitchell may have to sever ties to his law firm.
The camel jockey lawsuit in September 2006, a class-action lawsuit filed by Mount Pleasant, South Carolina-based Motley Rice LLC by the children's parents, accused al-Maktoum and others of enslaving boys from Africa and South Asia who were brought to Dubai as jockeys for camel racing, a popular sport in some parts of the Arab world.
DLA Piper picked up the case two weeks after the lawsuit was filed in the U.S. on behalf of underage camel jockeys. It set up meetings with Biden's Senate staff on Nov. 29, 2006, followed by a Dec. 15 meeting with Obama's staff. On Jan. 4, 2007, the firm arranged a meeting with Clinton and other senators and their aides, according to Justice Department Foreign Agent Registration Act filings.'Serious Problem'
February 2005 report on the U.S. State Department Web site says that in the United Arab Emirates, which includes Dubai, "trafficking of young, noncitizen boys employed as camel jockeys continued to be a serious problem, although the Government has pledged to eliminate this practice for boys under the age of 15." The report cited an estimate by the Ansar Burney Welfare Trust International, a Pakistan-based civil rights group, that 5,000 boys were working as camel jockeys.
The U.A.E. introduced the use of robots as riders on the camels and two years ago set up an $8 million fund to compensate former child jockeys. Human rights organizations have condemned the use of children as camel jockeys, saying the boys, mostly from Pakistan and Bangladesh and some as young as 4 years old, are abducted, sexually abused and underfed.
'Remarkable Partnership'
Mitchell was quoted by the state-owned Emirates News Agency in January 2007 as praising the United Arab Emirates and Dubai for a "remarkable partnership with UNICEF to locate, care for and repatriate underage camel jockeys. This program has been justly praised by the international community as a model solution to a serious problem."
DLA Piper billed the Dubai government about $8 million, according to Justice Department filings. This included almost $2.5 million between Aug. 6, 2006, and Feb. 28, 2007. Over the next six months, the firm billed Dubai over $1.2 million, as it held more than 70 meetings with senior officials at the White House, the State and Justice departments, and Congress, seeking a "statement of interest" by the U.S. government for their client.
The Justice Department on July 26, 2007, informed U.S. District Judge Cecilia Altonaga it would file a motion seeking "head of state immunity" for al-Maktoum. The judge dismissed the case days later, citing other jurisdictional issues.
A similar case was filed in Kentucky, omitting Dubai's ruler as a defendant, and was also dismissed in November. John Eubanks, one of the lawyers who filed the cases, said the matter appears to be closed as far as U.S. courts are concerned.
To contact the reporter on this story: Timothy J. Burger in Washington at Tburger2@bloomberg.net"
Yours sincerely, 

Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971; Forensic Economist; 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot; 23,000 hours of safety; Tel: 715 307 8222 

David Hawkins Tel: 604 542-0891 Forensic Economist; former leader of oil-well blow-out teams; now sponsors Grand Juries in CSI Crime and Safety Investigation
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